Fall in Love With Valentine’s Day Artwork

From romantic portrayals of couples to emotionally expressive artwork, art has always been an expression of love. This Valentine’s Day, celebrate your special someone with these romantic works of art from Park West Gallery artists.

“Romantic Evening”

Romantic Evening Daniel Wall Park West Gallery

Romantic Evening” (2014), Daniel Wall

Daniel Wall’s colorful artwork often features couples walking hand-in-hand through rain and snow. Wall’s Intense Impressionism style has an undeniably romantic tone—perfect to celebrate the most romantic day of the year.

 

“Romance at Sunset”

Romance at Sunset Zamy Steynovitz 2005 Park West Gallery

Romance at Sunset” (2005), Zamy Steynovitz

Sunsets are often used as a symbol of love and romance. Zamy Steynovitz’s “Romance at Sunset” shows an adoring couple gazing into each other’s eyes in the candle-lit ambiance of a romantic evening.

 

“Deeply In Love Too”

Romero Britto Deeply In Love Too Park West Gallery

Deeply In Love Too” (2014), Romero Britto

True to his  Neo-Pop art style, Romero Britto delivers a pop of romance with this sweet fish kiss. Britto’s playful work of art offers an animated expression of love and affection.

 

“Crazy In Love”

Linda Le Kinff Park West Gallery

“Crazy in Love” (2007), Linda Le Kinff

From strong and funny to beautiful and independent, Linda Le Kinff prides herself on portraying the many different kinds of women. In “Crazy In Love,” Le Kinff shows a woman in a bold red dress, sharing a loving moment with her sweetheart beside the ocean.

Commemorate your love with more than flowers this year. Gift your sweetheart with an artistic expression this Valentine’s Day! Call our gallery associates at (800) 521-9654, ext. 4 or email sales@parkwestgallery.com.

One Response to Fall in Love With Valentine’s Day Artwork

  1. Mary Sukanick says:

    Love this Romero Britto! Someday! ❤

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