International Wall Art & Decor
International flavor comes alive in our selection of French wall decor, Tuscan wall art and other global icons. Offices and libraries are among ideal locations for these refreshing contemporary pieces of art at very affordable prices. They make a statement wherever you wish to use globe wall decor selections. Brilliant aluminum and burnished bronze - some hammered to decidedly imperfect shapes that provide clever charm - course through our international collection of French wall decor, Italian wall art and Tuscan wall decor. Globe wall decor offers the globe itself plus more iconic works. The Eiffel Tower in Paris rises more than a thousand feet, equivalent to 81 stories. Our generously sized reproductions in burnished bronze, steel or aluminum lead the collection of French wall decor. Even seasoned travelers revisit the Eiffel Tower each time they land in Paris. French wall decor is rich in hammered metal and wrought iron accents that beautifully compliment many design schemes. Tuscan wall decor, including the Leaning Tower of Pisa, calls forth sun-drenched landscapes, artisan cuisine and lovely wines, and the great art and cultural traditions of Florence, its primary city. Italian wall decor highlights Italy as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, influencing art since the 13th century.
Whether a cherished memory, future plan, or appreciation of the world's great places and art, our Italian wall decor, French wall art and globe wall decor are perfect accents for your home or office. Our international wall decor selections feature both realistic and whimsical reproductions in rich burnished bronze, steel and lively aluminum. Italian wall decor is a rich tradition, and Tuscan wall decor one of its most loved collections. One of those is, of course, the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Its eight stories were completed in the 13th and 14th centuries; it began to lean early in construction. But Tuscan wall decor may also celebrate the rich art tradition, as well as the food and wine of this favorite region. Leonardo daVinci and Michelangelo are just two of its most celebrated artists. Italian wall art from throughout the country will be prized. French wall decor begins with its breathtaking and beloved Eiffel Tower, which travelers say you should visit during the day, at sunset and at night to see the lights of Paris. More than 200 million people have visited the Eiffel Tower. France offers many other landmarks, helped impressionist art move from a rebellion to a celebrated period for art, and is prized for its cuisines, wines, landscapes and both traditional and modern metal art accents in home design that offer a rich palate for French wall decor.