Museum Art Banners from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Museum Art Banners  Los Angeles Impressionism
Renoir Boating Party Museum Art Banners
Renoir Boating Party

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Impressionism

Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s Luncheon of the Boating Party gets an updated treatment on spectacular banners from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. These banners feature a large-scale detail of the world-renowned painting. The banners give a contemporary edge to this Impressionist masterpiece and let you enjoy lunch along the Seine in your very own home.

Diego Rivera Flower Day Museum Art Banners
Diego Rivera Flower Day

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Modern

A masterpiece of modern painting, Diego Rivera’s Flower Day exemplifies the style and sensibilities of the artist’s work. Featured on 6 banners from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the work achieves monumental status in this dramatic, large-scale, close-up version. The sculptural face of the flower carrier and the vibrant calla lily he bears bring drama to your wall.

Sargent Mrs. Ralph Curtis Museum Art Banners
Sargent Mrs. Ralph Curtis

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Impressionism

From the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s exhibition, Sargent and Italy come 47 banners featuring a stunning portrait by John Singer Sargent. A true American Master, Sargent (1856-1925) captured a certain class and era in American life through his portraiture. He often painted fellow Americans living in Europe, as in this portrait of Mrs. Ralph Curtis who hosted Sargent often during his time in Italy. His style reflects the loose brushstrokes of his French Impressionist contemporaries like Monet, Manet, and Renoir.

Modigliani Lipchitz Portrait Museum Art Banners
Modigliani Lipchitz Portrait

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Modern

Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani is among a group of modern avant-garde artists who worked in Paris in the early 20th century, and whose personal lives, vices, friendships, and excesses often supercedes their work. He was a contemporary of the Cubists, and his work was influenced by that emotionally-charged style.

Japanese Print Woman Museum Art Banners
Japanese Print Woman

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Asian

Across the world in Tokyo in 1918, famed woodblock printmaker Hashiguchi Goyo created the elegant Woman at Toilette. With her upswept hair and downcast eyes, she teases the viewer by revealing only a glimpse of her beauty and sensuality. A traditional Japanese subject is strikingly portrayed in a clean, modern way on these banners.

RenŽ Magritte Pipe Museum Art Banners
RenŽ Magritte Pipe

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Surrealism

The exhibition Magritte and Contemporary Art: The Treachery of Images offered up great works by the Belgian artist in an environment designed to make LACMA visitors part of Magritte’s surreal world. It is from one of Magritte’s iconic works, The Treachery of Images (This is not a pipe) that the show took its name. And it is this image that is featured on banners from the exhibition. The simple, cleanly rendered brown pipe has become synonymous with surrealism and the work of RenŽ Magritte. Enlarged on these banners, it brings wit, whimsy, and drama to the real world.

Jennifer Steinkamp SWELL Museum Art Banners
Jennifer Steinkamp SWELL

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Contemporary

Jennifer Steinkamp’s computer-generated video installations are dramatic environments that lure in viewers forcing them to interact and engage with the works. Her 1995 installation SWELL with its brightly-colored constellations and vast, dark sky, conjures up the feel of sci-fi space travel. Featured in the exhibition Visual Music the room-size installation was coupled with an organic, whooshing soundtrack by Bryan Brown, giving the entire piece the sensation of live human breathing. 28 banners from MOCALA featuring SWELL are now available.

 

Zoumana Sane Mami Wata Museum Art BannersZoumana Sane Mami Wata
Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
African

Mother Earth is a powerful image of nature, but Mother Water holds sway over a much vaster area. She is vital to life, and a strong source of power and beauty. Long an image in African Art, the water spirit of Mami Wata has a rich history of interpretation and depiction. She was the subject of a recent exhibition at UCLA’s Fowler Museum, and an image of her graces 34 banners from that show. A detail of a painting by contemporary Senegalese artist Zoumana Sane shows Mami Wata as a beautiful woman with the power to charm snakes.

Taiwanese Hand Puppet Museum Art Banners
Taiwanese Hand Puppet

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Asian

Puppetry is a traditional art form that still thrives today in Taiwan’s streets, theaters, and even on TV. The puppets often feature hand-carved wooden heads, beautifully-painted details, and elaborately-wrought clothing. One of these puppets representing the famous Chinese educator know as The Blind Scholar is featured on 16 banners from the Fowler Museum at UCLA. The yellow face of the puppet is decorated with Chinese script that conveys the importance of learning and literacy.

Medicine Man Sculpture Museum Art Banners
Medicine Man Sculpture

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Contemporary

The UCLA project Make Art/Stop AIDS is comprised of artists, scholars, and activists committed to ending the global AIDS epidemic. From the group’s most recent exhibition at UCLA’s Fowler Museum come 32 banners featuring the 2007 sculpture Medicine Man. The spindly, over-lifesize sculpture is constructed entirely of empty HIV/AIDS medicine bottles and syringes. The jars were collected over the past 15 years by the two HIV-positive artists who created the work, the San Francisco-based Daniel Goldstein and John Kapellas. Suspended from strings, the sculpture seems fragile and ephemeral. It is a very visual reminder of the sheer quantity of life-sustaining drugs which must be taken by HIV-positive individuals.

16th Century Coronation Carpet Museum Art Banners
16th Century Coronation Carpet

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Asian

The spectacular close up of the 16th century Coronation CarpetÕs center medallion, winged friends and four-legged creatures brings a rich Paradise Garden indoors. The Coronation Carpet was named for its placement at the KingÕs throne during the coronation of BritainÕs Edward VII, son of Queen Victoria, in 1902. Rarely ever shown due to its large size and sensitivity to light, the carpet was woven circa 1520-1530 in Saravid, Iran. Unlike the original carpet, these 25 banners from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art are ready for ongoing presentation in your home..

The Art of Tea Museum Art Banners
The Art of Tea

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Baroque

An 18th-century silver teapot shines on banners that promoted the exhibition Steeped in History: The Art of Tea at the Fowler Museum at UCLA. Featured on 25 banners from the exhibition, the teapot seems symbolic of the traditions and elegance of English high tea. The Fowler exhibition looked at the role tea and tea drinking played on the world scene throughout history from Asia to the West, in forms and materials, in traditions and ceremonies.

John Constable The Hay Wain Museum Art Banners
John Constable The Hay Wain

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Romanticism

Blue skies abound in the landscapes of British painter John Constable. Riddled with clouds and shades of blue and grey, the sky in his famed painting “The Hay Wain” evokes the very real sense of nature’s power and beauty. The painting is featured on these banners from The Huntington’s exhibition Constable’s Great Landscapes: The Six-Foot Paintings.

Carnival Masqueraders in Venice Museum Art Banners
Carnival Masqueraders in Venice

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Contemporary

In countries around the world, Carnival is a grand annual tradition that grew out of the Medieval celebrations of Catholics marking the advent of Lent. The exhibition Carnival!, from which these 31 banners come, featured images of celebrations around the world. A vibrant photograph of masqueraders in the streets of Venice graces the banners.

Tsimshian Mask Museum Art Banners
Tsimshian Mask

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Ancient

Masks are often used to hide and deceive. But masks can also be used to entertain and exalt. The Tsimshian peoples of the Pacific Northwest chose the latter, using masks in ceremonies and rituals to invoke spirits and look towards the future. 15 banners are now available featuring just such a mask. The broad features and bright details of the mask stand out on a stark black background, creating a banner sure to add impact to any space.

Yombe Power Figure Museum Art Banners
Yombe Power Figure

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
African

The cloudy whitened eyes on a Congolese “power figure” lend the sculpture an other-worldly aspect. Perhaps this is appropriate. After an artist sculpts such a figure, supernatural power is bestowed upon it by a ritual specialist who attaches a small vessel containing magical properties. The forces these figures embody are believed capable of combating witches, evil-doers, and others seeking to upset social harmony. These banners feature a mesmerizing image from the Fowler Museum at UCLA.

James Whitney Lapis Museum Art Banners
James Whitney Lapis

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Contemporary

California artist James Whitney experimented with the relationship between abstract art and music theory. This led to several films that offer striking visuals with the power and richness of sound. In his film Lapis thousands of colored dots move on the screen, creating a thought-provoking dance for the viewer. These banners feature an image of Lapis from MOCALA’s Visual Music exhibition. Fabulous displayed as a pair.

Karl Moon Wolf Museum Art Banners
Karl Moon Wolf

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Americana

When Hollywood filmmakers dreamed up the Western, they studied the art of centuries past in order to depict Native Americans. These images created by Europeans artists with little first-hand knowledge of these cultures, have certainly influenced, and skewed, our understanding of these cultures today. Karl Moon’s intense and provocative photograph Wolf, Ma-Itso (1907) fills the front of the banner promoting Legends and Legacy at the Huntington. Moon developed an interest in Native Americans as a boy growing up in Ohio, striving to capture them in their natural state.

Rancho Chico Muscatel Raisins Lithograph Museum Art Banners
Rancho Chico Muscatel Raisins Lithograph

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Modern

From the moment we wake up to the time we go to sleep, we live in a sea of color images. It is hard to image a time when color printing was unusual, even prized. The Color Explosion exhibition at the Huntington traced how color lithography launched graphic design and advertising. The exhibition included some 250 objects such as trade cards, advertising posters, children’s books, sales catalogs, and toys. The product label featured on the show’s banner was Rancho Chico Muscatel Raisins, made from Muscat grapes and known to produce large, dark and sweet raisins.

Mikhail Matiushin Color Museum Art Banners
Mikhail Matiushin Color

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Modern

Russian composer, painter, and color theorist Mikhail Matiushin (1861 Ð 1934) was part of the Russian avant-garde. As part of this movement, he focused on color and felt that a new, Utopian world should be painted in bright, vibrant colors. His theories went beyond the visual perception of color to explore multiple dimensions and the experiences of color

Salvador Dal’ Chien Museum Art Banners
Salvador Dal’ Chien

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Surrealism

The eyes have it with these banners from LACMA’s Salvador Dal’ exhibition. This banner features a still from Dal’’s 1929 short created in collaboration with director Luis Bu–uel, Un Chien Andalou (An Andalusian Dog). A man holds open an woman’s eye while wielding a razor blade. The banner spares us the moment of the cutting, but exudes the exquisite tension of the moment before it arrives. The black and white still repeats three times on the banners, replicating Dal’’s vision in triplicate.

Salvador Dal’ Spellbound Museum Art Banners
Salvador Dal’ Spellbound

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Surrealism

From LACMA’s exhibition, Dal’: Painting & Film exhibition come banners featuring a painted eye which Dal’ created as a set piece for Alfred Hitchcock’s 1945 thriller Spellbound. Hundreds of Dal’’s eerie human eyes float through Gregory Peck’s surreal dream in the film, leaving Ingrid Bergman to sort out their Freudian meaning. Painted with Dal’’s signature technical prowess, the dripping eye on these banners watches over a calm landscape of muted blues and greys.

Larry Sultan Woman in Curlers Museum Art Banners
Larry Sultan Woman in Curlers

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Contemporary

The photography of Larry Sultan is evocative not of a world we do not know, but of a world that is all too real. His works take staid conventions of American life and turn them on their head with odd lighting, discomfiting juxtapositions, and awkward staging. For his series The Valley, Sultan took as his subject the nondescript suburban tract homes of the San Fernando Valley. But this was merely his backdrop, what he captured were the houses in use as movie sets for the adult film industry. These banners show his 2002 photo Woman in Curlers which comes from this provocative series.

Qing Dynasty Calligraphy Scroll Museum Art Banners
Qing Dynasty Calligraphy Scroll

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Asian

These banners from the Huntington Museum feature dramatic Chinese calligraphy from the Qing Dynasty master Weng Tonghe. On a mottled gold-toned parchment scroll, the black swirling strokes of ancient Chinese cursive script offer a simple yet powerful image. The sweeping brushstrokes meld to form the symbol for hu, “Tiger”, conveying powerful protective qualities as a talisman. The image is at once calming and forceful, a dramatic addition to any eclectic home.

Ed Ruscha Orange OmbrŽ Museum Art Banners
Ed Ruscha Orange OmbrŽ

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Contemporary

Known for his Òword paintingsÓ, Ed Ruscha himself might appreciate this text-only banner! Large, bold black letters with squarish, angled corners have a commanding presence on the warm background that blends from yellow to orange to red. The letters really stand out on this gradually shaded, or ombrŽ, background.

Ed Ruscha Blue Glow Museum Art Banners
Ed Ruscha Blue Glow

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Contemporary

Ed Ruscha (b. 1937) worked as a printmaker, painter, photographer and filmmaker. His work is related to 1960s Pop art, and he is well known for his irreverent word paintings and precise style. More than any other artist of his era, he redefined the way we view the landscape of Los Angeles, if not the country as a whole.

Ancient Funerary Stela Museum Art Banners
Ancient Funerary Stela

Museum Art Banners

Los Angeles
Ancient

The Queen of Sheba is often considered a myth, a mystery, or a majesty. The fact of the matter is that she may well have been a bit of each. Looking into the factual, and fantastical, history of this fabled queen, the Bowers Museum’s exhibition Queen of Sheba: Legend and Reality…Treasures from the British Museum explored art inspired by this larger-than-life ruler.

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