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Mr. Peace Art Print by Lora Zombie

Mr Peace

Mr Peace
Lora Zombie
18 in. x 24 in.

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About Lora Zombie

Lora Zombie is a young self-taught artist from Russia who has amassed a massive following of fans online over the past few years. Now she is breaking into the gallery scene and is branching far outside her native Russia. Influenced and inspired by music, her multi-disciplinary talents are evident in the diverse work found in her portfolio.

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In Your Dreams Canvas Art Set

In Your Dreams Canvas Art Set



In Your Dreams Canvas Art Set

Penny Benjamin Peterson

37 in. x 25 in.

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Tuscan Hillside Canvas Art Set

Tuscan Hillside



Tuscan Hillside

Keith Mallett

36 in. x 37 in.

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This multi-piece canvas art set is the result of sophisticated digital printing technology in which the panels are printed directly onto artist-grade, 100% cotton canvas. Each panel is then expertly stretched around 1.5" wooden bars and carefully finished with hand-painted edges. Acrylic coating protects these stunning giclée prints from dust, moisture and fading.

Soft Watch at the Moment of First Explosion by Salvador Dali

Soft Watch at the Moment of First Explosion, c.1954
Soft Watch at the...
Salvador Dalí
36 in. x 24 in.
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Melting watches and insects against a Spanish coastal background are two of the trademark symbols Salvador Dali uses in his expression of the destruction of atomic weapons in “Soft Watch at the Moment of First Explosion.” Dali, as eccentric as his artwork, broke artistic ground with a Surrealistic style containing extraordinarily realistic detail and bold, disturbingly dreamlike images. Influenced by Freud’s writings regarding dreams and the subconscious, Dali exposed his era’s fears, hopes and frustrations.