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Are you considering the purchase of a graffiti painting?

Carré d'artistes offers you an immersion into the world of street art graffiti and pop art through a wide selection of graffiti paintings. The presented artworks are unique and created by the best contemporary artists. Carré d'artistes has curated a wide range of graffiti art from 600 passionate contemporary artists.

If you're looking to purchase a unique and original graffiti painting, you've come to the right place. Whether in our art gallery or on our website, you will find your perfect match within this selection of paintings.

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At Carré d'artistes, discover in our gallery and on our website, a wide selection of contemporary paintings. Acrylic paintings, oil paintings, watercolor paintings, whatever the style ... each work is unique and certified.

Overview of our most beautiful graffiti paintings to buy!

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graffiti painting of Kedarone, Notre dame


Why buy a graffiti painting ? 

Buying a graffiti painting on canvas is more than just a decorative investment; it's a true immersion into the vibrant and bold world of urban art.
  • Choosing a graffiti painting means opting for a contemporary and colorful ambiance that brings dynamism and modernity to any interior. Created using digital techniques, each painting in the collection hides subtle details that you will certainly take great pleasure in discovering when the work of art is displayed on your wall.

  • The canvases reflect the diversity and authenticity of graffiti tags, transforming each piece into a unique and history-filled collector's item. Investing in a graffiti painting on canvas supports artists who constantly push the boundaries of creativity while adding a touch of color and dynamism to your space.
  • It's also a way to bring a fragment of the street, an echo of the energy and movement that characterize graffiti art, into your home. Each canvas is an invitation to explore the history, culture, and ideas hidden behind the graffiti.


The Contemporary History of Graffiti

Although the recognition of graffiti art dates back to the mid-20th century, its origins can be traced back to prehistoric times. The iconic cave paintings of Lascaux demonstrate that pictorial practice is ancestral.

Beyond the paintings that adorned the caves, early humans used graffiti to mark their passage in isolated locations, alerting different tribes to potential dangers. The artistic movement reached its peak in the 1970s and 1980s when many artists such as Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Andy Warhol showcased their creations to the public.

The first urban art graffiti emerged in the second half of the 20th century in the United States. Anonymous artists began painting their pseudonyms on walls and, more broadly, throughout public spaces. It was in the late 1960s, a period marked by protests against the Vietnam War and racial demands, that graffiti paintings multiplied.

From there, street art was born as an essential means of political and protest expression, often criticized by the general population. The waves of repression targeting this movement only served to strengthen and democratize it beyond American borders.


Banksy et le graffiti art

Banksy, one of the world's most famous graffiti artists, has radically changed the perception of graffiti art. By remaining anonymous, this British street artist has managed to attract international attention to his provocative and often politically charged work. One of his most well-known pieces, 'Girl with Balloon,' is a perfect example of how Banksy uses graffiti to provoke thought and dialogue. The image of a young girl letting go of a heart-shaped red balloon has become a powerful symbol of loss and hope.

Each Banksy’s artwork, whether painted on a wall in a bustling London street or unexpectedly appearing in a small town, continues to demonstrate the impact and importance of graffiti art. Banksy constantly challenges conventions, reminding the world that graffiti is not just an act of vandalism but a legitimate form of art capable of transforming the streets into open-air galleries.

In France, prominent artists like Blek le Rat and Mesnager began painting their works in public spaces. Gradually, graffiti and street art spread worldwide, and new urban expressions emerged, such as stencils and stickers. The violence and hatred directed towards graffiti artists pushed some to paint on canvases, contributing to the inclusion of street art in reputable exhibitions. Today, the artistic value of graffiti is widely recognized, and many artists continue to perpetuate the pop and street culture on canvas.


How is Graffiti Art Practiced?

The iconic expression of graffiti is often realized through aerosol spray cans, some containing acrylic paints. Valérian Lenud exemplifies this trend by depicting large whimsical characters from pop culture using stencils and spray paint.

Similarly, graffiti paintings are generally created using mixed techniques. For example, artist Graffmat combines spray paint with acrylic to give their works a velvety appearance. Others, like Kikayou, employ a variety of artistic techniques to portray their universe. They may use stencils, spray paint, or collages.

Graffiti appears as a pictorial technique focused on intention rather than method. It is a personal initiative centered around delivering a message that should be seen by as many people as possible. The practice of this art form on canvas follows the same logic. Artists express themselves using all available pictorial means but on a different medium.

Carré d'artistes allows you to explore street art by contemplating the unique works of renowned contemporary painters. Discover our entire collection of contemporary paintings by browsing our website. Enjoy your visit!


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