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        Our Curated Collections

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        Escapist Art

        Looking for art to transport you to somewhere else? Our new Escapist Art collection features paintings, prints and photography from new and established artists across the platform. Art & Escapism In its very nature, art is often seen and appreciated as a way to escape the physical world. Throughout history, images of divine harmony, make-believe and nostalgia have long populated canvases. Whether providing solace through minimalism, spectacle through abstraction and optical art, or bringing the viewer into a fastasical realm, an escapist motif can exist in many forms and styles.

        Verity Babbs

        Curated by Verity Babbs

        Calming Art

        Looking for artworks that bring a calming presence to a space? Our Calming Art collection brings together large and small paintings from leading and emerging artists on the platform. Browse the collection and discover calming art online. Art that Adds to a Space Statement Pieces and Large Paintings needn't be bold and distracting. They often have a visual presence that adds to a space, rather than takes away from it. Art can make a room seem bigger, harmonise other colours throughout the space and bring a relaxed ambience into a setting. Wanting to find a work of art that brings a sense of warmth to a room? View our Warming Artworks collection. How to Fit Art to your Space Buying, framing and fitting art for your home can transform how a room looks, or indeed how an artwork looks. Our team of curators have put together specialist guides to help you arrange and display your art. Find out how to brighten up a dark room, how to match artistic tastes and much more with our guides.

        Verity Babbs

        Curated by Verity Babbs

        Cobalt Blue

        We created the Cobalt Blue collection for those collectors looking for a work of art to fit a setting or scheme. The paintings, prints and mixed media works featured range from abstract to illustrative and figurative styles. Whether you’re after a large scale investment piece, or wanting something to complete a salon hand, the Cobalt Blue collection helps you find original art from leading artists to buy online today. The History of Cobalt Blue Cobalt blue is a pigment that comes from cobalt oxide and aluminium. Discovered by the French chemist Louis Jacques Thénard in 1802, Cobalt Blue is still acknowledged as one of the most important cobalt pigments. It has played a significant role throughout the history of art, contributing to Yves Klein’s International Klein Blue, and called “divine” by van Gogh. The Collection The Cobalt Blue collection showcases original works from some of our leading artists. Different shades of blues come together to form a spectrum of working that complement and contrast one another. Looking for more Blue artworks? Browse our Hues of Blues collection.

        Verity Babbs

        Curated by Verity Babbs

        Optical Art

        The Optical Art collection was curated to showcase the talent of our artists working in an abstract and optical. Browse the collection and discover original paintings and prints to buy online. What is Optical Art? Optical Art, or Op Art as its often known, is a form of geometric abstract art. Consisting of patterns, measured arrangements and symmetrical compositions, optical art refers to works of art that create an illusion of depth or movement. Op art is sometimes subtle and at other times dramatic in effect, encouraging the viewer to alter their position to experience a different visual effect. The History of Optical Art Optical art came about in the 1960s as an extension of abstraction. Elements of op art can be seen in previous artistic movements of the 19th and 20th century, such as Impressionism, Cubism and Dada art. Artists such as Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely propelled the movement forward with their harmonious frameworks of geometric forms and monochrome palettes.

        Verity Babbs

        Curated by Verity Babbs

        Art Drop 003

        Introducing: Art Drop 003. From discovering and supporting emerging artists to purchasing major works by internationally recognised names, our latest Art Drop represents the full spectrum of art collecting. These sixteen works by six artists are available exclusively through Rise Art for a limited time only. Featured Artists This month, Kelvin Okafor has been the subject of an episode of the BBC series Extraordinary Portraits and achieved a record auction result at Bonhams. His 2015 drawing Jasmine's Interlude is part of a series that seeks, in his own words, to capture "the quiet essence of inner peace and stillness that radiates from the subjects." Dave White, Lauren Baker and Nelson Makamo have all been Rise Art favourites for many years and have achieved worldwide recognition. We are offering a rare opportunity to purchase a range of pieces by these artists, from original works to limited editions. Brand new to the platform, Anthony Ragucci and Michael Pfleghaar are painters to watch. For this drop, we have included the works created by the two artists over the last three years that first drew our curators to their practices.

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        Curated by Rise Art