Framed Tuscan Art & Tuscan Canvas Art:
Italian Art Prints For A Tuscany Look

Framed Tuscan art & Tuscan art print selection for gorgeous Tuscan-inspired living spaces.  Click to view all, or search by theme:

1. Renaissance Tuscan art prints & Tuscan framed art by famous Tuscan painters.

2. Architecture: Italian art prints of architectural drawings & photographs of ancient Tuscan buildings.

3. Tuscan-style Still Life: Close-up, food-themed, Italian-style fine art prints (great for kitchen walls).

4. Painted Tuscany Landscape art (fine Tuscan canvas art & Tuscany framed art)

5. Photographic framed Tuscany landscape pictures

6. Village, Town & Home in Tuscany (framed Tuscan art & Tuscan canvas art)

7. Tuscan Cities: Tuscany framed art of Siena & Florence.

For additional choices, try ...

  • Tuscan art prints: Tuscan canvas art and quality Italian art prints of Tuscan land- and cityscapes, Tuscan interiors, Tuscan food & 'retro' art of Tuscany
  • Photographic Tuscan prints: Landscape, still life, & themed Tuscan print art
  • ... and get inspired with authentic 'presentation' ideas for your Tuscan Wall Art!

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Framed Tuscan Art From The Renaissance:
Tuscan Wall Art By Tuscany's Greatest Artists

a) Drawings & Details

Life drawings by Michelangelo Buonarroti (1474-1564) and detailed studies from the hand of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) make exceptional Tuscan framed art and sophisticated decor for a Tuscan wall.

b) Madonna, Saints & Angels

The Virgin Mary is the topic of much Italian wall decor. Set in beautiful, antique Tuscan interiors or against the backdrop of a Tuscan landscape, these scenes from the life of the Mother of Christ are all-time favorites for Tuscan homes. Great for authentic Tuscam wall art.

You won't find many traditional Tuscan bedrooms without Tuscan wall art of angels and saints! Good saintly candidates are Saint Catherine of Siena (1347-1380) and Saint Filippo Neri (1515-1595) - both solid home-grown Tuscan saints - but you could also add Saint Francis & Saint Clare of Assisi, who lived in Umbria  (35 miles from the Tuscan border).

The paintings above are almost exclusively by Tuscan artists. The only exceptions are Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1696-1770), who was Venetian, and Raffaello Sanzio (1483-1520). Raffael came from Urbino, in the Marche region of Italy.  Now, that's all within a 150-mile radius, so you decide whether you want to include it in your 'Tuscan' framed art collection ;-)

Other than that, take your pick from Tuscany framed art by authentic Tuscan painters, like these:

  • Coppo Di Marcovaldo (c.1225-c.1276),
  • Cenni di Pepo (Giovanni) Cimabue (c.1240-c.1302),
  • Cimabue's student, Giotto di Bondone (1267-1337),
  • Duccio di Buoninsegna (c.1255/60-1318),
  • Simone Martini (c.1284-1344),
  • Taddeo Gaddi (c.1300-1366),
  • Fra Angelico (c.1395-1455),
  • Fra Filippo Lippi (1406-1469),
  • Sandro Botticelli (c.1445-1510),
  • Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519),
  • Fra Bartolommeo (1472-1517), and
  • Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564).

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Framed Tuscan Art:
Architectural Prints & Photography

Similar to artists' drawings, these framed Tuscan art prints have 'understated elegance' written all over them. Great for a Tuscan living room!

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Still Life:
The 'Foodie' Take On Tuscan Wall Art

Tuscan food makes mouthwatering wall art for a Tuscan kitchen or a Tuscan dining room!

You'll find more Tuscan canvas and framed art like this on the Tuscan Art Print and Photographic Tuscan Prints pages.

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Tuscan Landscape Paintings:
Tuscany Framed Art & Canvas Prints

Beautifully elegant, the Tuscan landscape has held artists spellbound for centuries ... find more painted Tuscan landscapes here!

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Tuscan Landscape Photography: Highlights

Just like painters, photographers have long been under the spell of the Tuscan landscape:

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Tuscan Towns & Villas:
Italian Art Prints For Dreamers

If you're dreaming of a house in Tuscany, hang a Tuscan art print or canvas of your 'dream home' where you can see it before you go to sleep and when you wake up - it will help you focus on achieving your goal.

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Cityscapes: Framed Tuscan Art From
Medieval Siena & Renaissance Florence

Not just for tourists! Overflowing with art and beauty, Siena and Florence are the beating heart of one of the most beautiful regions of Italy.

For more Tuscan art prints (posters, framed Tuscan art or wrapped canvas prints), check out the pages about Tuscan Art Prints and Photographic Tuscan Prints. Also, have a look at the "Read More" box below for related content!

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  • If you're still looking for the perfect framed Tuscan art for your home, do check out the pages about Tuscan art prints and photographic Tuscan art, too.
  • How to use framed Tuscan art: combine them with Tuscan plates on your walls, and maybe add a few shallow baskets for a rustic look. That's how it's done in Italy.
  • Neutral Color Schemes - The Book:
    Italians would hang their Tuscan wall art on white walls ... to learn more about using neutral color palettes with Tuscan interiors, download this e-book (it's FREE)!  Understand what makes neutral color schemes look their best, and what happens when you inject 'real' color into neutral color palettes.

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