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Art Deco was a popular design style that emerged in the 1920s and lasted until the early 1940s, and is characterized by its bold geometric shapes

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Background imageArt deco Collection: Art deco sketch by Gesmar of showgirl, 1926

Art deco sketch by Gesmar of showgirl, 1926

Background imageArt deco Collection: Neon Frontage at Walthamstow Dog Racing Stadium

Neon Frontage at Walthamstow Dog Racing Stadium
Famous for its greyhound racing track, Walthamstow Stadium opened in 1933. With a distinctive pink and green neon-lit frontage, the stadium has been one of the capitals most recognised landmarks

Background imageArt deco Collection: Midland Hotel in Morecambe, the first Art Deco hotel in Britain

Midland Hotel in Morecambe, the first Art Deco hotel in Britain
circa 1935: A view of the front elevation of the Midland Hotel in Morecambe, Lancashire. Designed by architect Oliver Hill and built in 1932-33 by the London Midland & Scottish Railway

Background imageArt deco Collection: Eltham Palace J990112

Eltham Palace J990112
ELTHAM PALACE, London. Interior view of the Entrance Hall

Background imageArt deco Collection: Art deco cover for Theatre World, March 1926

Art deco cover for Theatre World, March 1926
Art deco cover for the magazine Theatre World, March 1926, Vol III no14. Artwork by Bovey. Date: 1926

Background imageArt deco Collection: Panhard travel poster

Panhard travel poster
An art deco style travel poster for Panhard showing a steam ship, steam engine and a car radiator grill

Background imageArt deco Collection: Ballet Petrouschka. Vaslav Nijinsky

Ballet Petrouschka. Vaslav Nijinsky
Ballet Petrouschka, music by Igor Stravinsky (1911). Illustration by Georges Lepape with the dancer Vaslav Nijinsky. Art Deco. Drawing

Background imageArt deco Collection: Advert for Shelley Vogue China 1931

Advert for Shelley Vogue China 1931
Shelleys Vogue shape coffee set, usual in yellow and black overlapping block pattern. Advertisement for new catalogue with Shelley china tea, coffee, morning and dinner sets. Date: 1931

Background imageArt deco Collection: Virginia Courtaulds bedroom, Eltham Palace N100744

Virginia Courtaulds bedroom, Eltham Palace N100744
ELTHAM PALACE, London. Interior view. Virginia Courtaulds bedroom

Background imageArt deco Collection: Dining Room fireplace, Eltham Palace J990127

Dining Room fireplace, Eltham Palace J990127
ELTHAM PALACE, Greenwich, London. Interior view. The Dining Room fireplace

Background imageArt deco Collection: Swiss Cottage Odeon BB87_03613

Swiss Cottage Odeon BB87_03613
Odeon Cinema, Swiss Cottage, Camden, London. Oscar Deutsch established the Odeon cinema chain in 1933, and Odeon became a registered trade mark

Background imageArt deco Collection: The Hoover Building J950085

The Hoover Building J950085
THE HOOVER BUILDING, Western Avenue, Perivale, London. Exterior view at night

Background imageArt deco Collection: The Hoover Building K970142

The Hoover Building K970142
THE HOOVER BUILDING, Western Avenue, Perivale, London. Exterior detail

Background imageArt deco Collection: Eltham Palace J990131

Eltham Palace J990131
ELTHAM PALACE, London. Interior view through the double doors from the Dining Room to the Entrance Hall

Background imageArt deco Collection: Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station
Distinctive London landmark designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. IoE 207028

Background imageArt deco Collection: Art deco cover of The Dancing World Magazine, January 1922

Art deco cover of The Dancing World Magazine, January 1922. Sketch by G. Peres showing a dancer on the stage Date: 1922

Background imageArt deco Collection: Art deco cover of The Dancing World Magazine, June 1922

Art deco cover of The Dancing World Magazine, June 1922. Sketch by G. Peres showing a young women in a simple white gown perfect for the summer Date: 1922

Background imageArt deco Collection: Art deco cover of The Dancing World Magazine, May 1922

Art deco cover of The Dancing World Magazine, May 1922. Sketch by G. Peres of a dancer in colourful Spanish dress Date: 1922

Background imageArt deco Collection: Art deco cover of The Dancing World Magazine, December 1921

Art deco cover of The Dancing World Magazine, December 1921. A stylish Christmas fantasy sketched by G. Peres Date: 1921

Background imageArt deco Collection: British Kitsch Art Deco Christmas Card, Carol Singing Chicks

British Kitsch Art Deco Christmas Card, Carol Singing Chicks. Date: circa 1925

Background imageArt deco Collection: General view, La Paz, Bolivia, South America

General view, La Paz, Bolivia, South America
General view of La Paz, Bolivia, South America, with mountains in the distance. Date: circa 1940

Background imageArt deco Collection: A sketch of the new dance craze called The Stomp (1927)

A sketch of the new dance craze called The Stomp (1927) 1927

Background imageArt deco Collection: Programme for the London Palladium

Programme for the London Palladium
Programme for variety show at the London Palladium, 1932, under the direction of George Black Date: 1932

Background imageArt deco Collection: Bystander front cover - Summer Number 1933

Bystander front cover - Summer Number 1933
Striking front cover of The Bystander magazine for 7 June 1933, with a design by Leon Benigni featuring fashionable spectators at the racing, probably Ascot. Date: 1933

Background imageArt deco Collection: Bystander masthead design, society at the races

Bystander masthead design, society at the races
Stylised masthead design on the front cover of The Bystander magazine featuring smart society mingling at the races, possibly Ascot, the Derby or Goodwood. Date: 1930

Background imageArt deco Collection: Helsinki, Finland - Central Railway Station

Helsinki, Finland - Central Railway Station
Helsinki Central railway station (Helsingin paarautatieasema), Finland. Designed in fine Art Deco style by Eliel Saarinen. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageArt deco Collection: New York, Buffalo. Historic art deco United States Court House

New York, Buffalo. Historic art deco United States Court House
New York, Buffalo. Historic art deco United States Courthouse

Background imageArt deco Collection: New York, Buffalo, City Hall. Art Deco building completed in 1931 by Dietel, Wade & Jones

New York, Buffalo, City Hall. Art Deco building completed in 1931 by Dietel, Wade & Jones
New York, Buffalo, City Hall. Art Deco building completed in 1931 by Dietel, Wade and Jones. Statue of President Grover Cleveland

Background imageArt deco Collection: Repeating Pattern - Art Deco Woman

Repeating Pattern - Art Deco Woman - black background. *PLEASE NOTE that the magifying glass is solely to show the detail of the repeating pattern and will not feature on the final file.*

Background imageArt deco Collection: Repeating Pattern - Art Deco Women

Repeating Pattern - Art Deco Women - dark blue background. *PLEASE NOTE that the magifying glass is solely to show the detail of the repeating pattern and will not feature on the final file.*

Background imageArt deco Collection: Sunset View of City Council Building and Hillbrow Tower (JG Strijdom Tower), Johannesburg

Sunset View of City Council Building and Hillbrow Tower (JG Strijdom Tower), Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
City of Johannesburg is considered Africas economic powerhouse, and contentiously as a modern and prosperous African city

Background imageArt deco Collection: Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia viewed from an art-deco lifeguard station on perfect, blue sky summer day

Background imageArt deco Collection: The Chrysler Building and Manhattan skyscrapers

The Chrysler Building and Manhattan skyscrapers

Background imageArt deco Collection: The Art Deco statue of Jesus, known as Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer)

The Art Deco statue of Jesus, known as Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer), on Corcovado mountain in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Background imageArt deco Collection: Penarth Pier, near Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Penarth Pier, near Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageArt deco Collection: De la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom, Europe

De la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageArt deco Collection: Art deco fashion sketches, London, 1921

Art deco fashion sketches, London, 1921
Art deco fashion sketches by Soulie, London, 1921. On the left is a frock of black and white foulard supplemented with tulle

Background imageArt deco Collection: Argentina - Buenos Aires - Kavanagh Building

Argentina - Buenos Aires - Kavanagh Building and Parque Retiro. Built in the 1930s in the Rationalist style, by the architects Gregorio S£ hez

Background imageArt deco Collection: Art deco fashion sketches, London, 1921

Art deco fashion sketches, London, 1921. Left to right: frock from the House of Belmont in tete de negre charmeuse relieved with beige and a floral arrangement; an Yvette dress of lace

Background imageArt deco Collection: Costume design by Bergere Oscar Perrault

Costume design by Bergere Oscar Perrault
Costume design or fashion illustration for Bergere Oscar Perrault for a girl in lilac gown with pearl detail and feather fan, 1920s 1920s

Background imageArt deco Collection: Torquay tourist guide cover

Torquay tourist guide cover
Front cover of a guide to British seaside resort, Torquay, Devon, on the English Riviera, featuring an elegant group posed by a palm tree with the town lit up at night in the background. Date: c.1925

Background imageArt deco Collection: Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States of America

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States of America, North America

Background imageArt deco Collection: Art deco illustration of Bright Young Things, 1929

Art deco illustration of Bright Young Things, 1929 Date: 1929

Background imageArt deco Collection: Advert for Louis Sherry French chocolate and Bon Bons, 1928

Advert for Louis Sherry French chocolate and Bon Bons, 1928 Date: 1928

Background imageArt deco Collection: Programme cover for Paris Qui Revue

Programme cover for Paris Qui Revue
Programme for Paris Qui Revue starring Josephine Baker at the Casino de Paris, Paris, 1930. Artwork by Zig Date: 1930

Background imageArt deco Collection: Programme cover for Lady Be Good, 1926

Programme cover for Lady Be Good, 1926
Programme cover for Lady Be Good, staged at the Empire Theatre, London, starring Fred and Adele Astaire, 1926 Date: 1926

Background imageArt deco Collection: Sketch of the Dolly Sisters, Paris

Sketch of the Dolly Sisters, Paris
Illustration of the Dolly Sisters by Zig for a promotional leaflet for Paris - New York, Casino de Paris, 1927 1927

Background imageArt deco Collection: Art Deco lady with lipstick

Art Deco lady with lipstick
Striking illustration showing a lady wearing a dramatic black hat with veil, together with red beads and a flamboyant turned up collar, about to apply vivid red lipstick



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Art deco Collection

Art Deco was a popular design style that emerged in the 1920s and lasted until the early 1940s, and is characterized by its bold geometric shapes, bright colors, and luxurious materials such as gold, silver, and ivory. Popular themes include exoticism, modernity, technology, and glamour. The style was heavily influenced by the emerging industrial age and reflected society's fascination with progress and innovation, and are be seen in architecture, fashion, jewelry design, furniture design, and graphic arts. Today it remains an influential art movement that continues to inspire contemporary designers around the world.
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Media Storehouse offers a stunning collection of Art Deco wall art and framed prints that capture the essence of this iconic design movement. The Art Deco style emerged in the 1920s and was characterized by its bold geometric shapes, bright colors, and luxurious materials. Our collection features a range of popular themes from the era, including glamorous Hollywood stars like Marlene Dietrich and Greta Garbo, sleek automobiles such as the classic Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic, and striking architecture like New York's Chrysler Building. The Art Deco collection is perfect for those who appreciate vintage aesthetics or want to add a touch of glamour to their home decor. Each piece is carefully curated to showcase the intricate details and unique style that defined this era. Whether you're looking for an eye-catching centerpiece or a subtle accent piece, Media Storehouse has something for everyone in their impressive selection of Art Deco wall art and framed prints.
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Art deco art prints are a popular style of artwork that emerged in the early 20th century. This style is characterized by its bold geometric shapes, bright colors, and stylized designs. Art deco art prints often feature themes such as fashion, architecture, transportation, and nature. Fashion-themed art deco prints typically depict glamorous women dressed in stylish clothing from the era. Architecture-themed prints showcase iconic buildings and structures with sleek lines and intricate details. Transportation-themed prints may feature vintage cars or airplanes with streamlined designs. Nature-inspired art deco prints often incorporate exotic animals or plants into their designs using bold patterns and vivid colors. These art prints offer a unique blend of modernism and luxury that captures the spirit of the roaring twenties. Whether you're looking to add some glamour to your home decor or simply appreciate this iconic design movement, there's an art deco print out there for everyone.
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We offer a wide range of Art Deco art prints that showcase the popular themes of this iconic design movement. You can find stunning prints featuring geometric shapes, bold colors, and intricate patterns that are synonymous with Art Deco style. These prints capture the glamour and sophistication of the era and make for beautiful wall decor in any home or office. In addition to geometric designs, Media Storehouse also offers Art Deco art prints featuring images of famous landmarks such as the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building in New York City. Other popular themes include vintage travel posters depicting exotic destinations like Egypt and Paris, as well as portraits of glamorous women from the 1920s and 1930s. Whether you're looking to add a touch of elegance to your living space or simply appreciate the beauty of Art Deco design, we have an extensive collection of high-quality art prints to choose from.
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The cost of Art Deco art prints varies depending on the size, quality, and popularity of the theme. Popular themes such as vintage travel posters, fashion illustrations, and geometric designs tend to be more expensive than lesser-known subjects. The price range for Art Deco prints can start from affordable prices for smaller sizes and go up to higher prices for larger sizes or limited edition prints. Factors that affect the cost of Art Deco art prints include the type of paper used, printing technique employed, and whether it is an original artwork or a reproduction. Some artists may charge more for their signed or numbered editions. It's important to note that while some websites offer discounts or promotions on Art Deco art prints, others may charge premium prices due to their rarity or historical significance. Ultimately, the cost of an Art Deco print will depend on various factors specific to each piece.
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Your Art deco art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner by Media Storehouse. The company ensures that all its products are packaged with utmost care, so your prints will arrive in excellent condition. Your order will be dispatched using reliable delivery services to ensure timely delivery. Media Storehouse uses high-quality materials for packaging, including sturdy cardboard boxes and protective wrapping to prevent any damage during transit. You can rest assured that your Art deco art prints will reach you safely. The company also provides tracking information for your order, allowing you to monitor the progress of your shipment until it reaches you. If there are any issues with the delivery or if you have any questions about the process, our customer service team is always available to assist you. Media Storehouse takes great care in delivering your Art deco art prints securely and efficiently while ensuring they arrive in pristine condition.