Discover our selection of leaf prints for sale. Showcasing art from some of the most exciting artists working today. Whether you’re wanting to add to your collection of houseplant prints, on the hunt for a new decorative screen-print, or not sure where to begin, explore our vast catalogue of conceptual, illustrative and Pop-Art leaf prints.
Leaf prints often demonstrate an attention to detail, as evident in the beautifully elegant prints of Clare Halifax. Working with faded tones and fine lines, Halifax’s small screen-prints reflect the stunning shapes and forms of houseplants. Halifax’s consideration of light and shadow is shown through her delicate use of line, and her attention to composition makes for wonderfully striking prints to hang on your wall. Every one of Halifax’s leaves takes on a character of its own, with each becoming entirely different to the next. Delicious Monster highlights the lively character of a Swiss cheese plant, whilst A Big Fan of Palms reflects the supple quality of palm leaves.
Botanical leaf prints are intricate and often close up depictions of plants and foliage. Botanical art was initially used to identify and differentiate between plant species, however nowadays botanical art typically focuses on the decorative and aesthetic quality of leave and plants. Due to the recent increase in houseplants, coupled with an ever-growing environmental awareness, botanical leaf prints have become the perfect decorative piece to hang in your home. When illustrated collectively, leaves become foliage, and although ranging massively in shape, size and colour, leaves remain instantly recognisable objects and motifs in art. Whilst green leaves are said to be symbolic of hope, new life and revival, leaves in general are appreciated in relation to growth and fertility. Illustrations and paintings of plants are becoming increasingly portrayed in an interior setting, reflecting the trend in houseplants as domestic objects. Due to their mesmerising and unique shapes, leaves have even become popular in interior design. Whether forming the pattern of a wallpaper, or being replicated through shapes and fittings of furniture, leaves are appreciated for their form and as well as for what they represent.