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LARGE-SCALE ART

How about giving art the space it deserves? While gallery walls will never go out of style, large-scale art is just as striking and inevitably more affordable! KAZoART artists push the limits and create eye-catching works that will bring together any room. Experience large-scale art like never before and let yourself be swept up by the beauty in all that is bigger!

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KAZoART Experts
42 works selected for you by:
KAZoART Experts, a committee well-versed in the world of art
HOLLY WATT - Bodies 4
HOLLY WATT
Digital Prints
150 x 100 cm
$2,200
Smoka - The Fight
Smoka
Mixed media
130 x 195 x 4 cm
$2,870
Antonin Lamoot - Palm
Antonin Lamoot
Mixed media
140 x 150 cm
$4,687
LAURENT PRUDOT - Mtp vibration bichromatique 114.03-19
LAURENT PRUDOT
Acrylic painting
114 x 146 cm
$2,774
Dimitris Pavlopoulos - Neanderthal magic
Dimitris Pavlopoulos
Acrylic painting
150 x 160 cm
$4,783
Maria Esmar - The unforgettable
Maria Esmar
Acrylic painting
138 x 138 x 4 cm
$4,783
Albane Roux - Nuit mauve
Oil painting
120 x 140 cm
$2,104
Remi Delaplace - Inside, outside, chaos
Remi Delaplace
Acrylic painting
162 x 130 cm
$4,209
Anne Baudequin - Vagues dans la lumière du matin
Anne Baudequin
Oil painting
162 x 108 x 3 cm
$3,252
Myriam Ghilan - Monstera deliciosa
Acrylic painting
130 x 162 cm
$4,304
Constance de Maistre - Ou la lumière pleut n°2
Constance de Maistre
Acrylic painting
120 x 150 cm
$4,017
Dorian Mercier - Blocs
Ink drawing
150 x 130 cm
$4,304
Natalia Ostapenko - Hemispheres
Natalia Ostapenko
Acrylic painting
120 x 160 cm
$2,774
Larisa Ilieva - Avril
Larisa Ilieva
Acrylic painting
212 x 179 cm
$4,591
Ina Petersen - Dans les cimes
Mixed media
114 x 162 cm
$2,583
Masa ZODROS - Family chevaliers
Masa ZODROS
Mixed media
190 x 150 cm
$3,826
Ines Khadraoui - Alegoria
Ines Khadraoui
Acrylic painting
150 x 150 cm
$4,304
Ronald Hunter - Circle in Circle - Warm
Ronald Hunter
Acrylic painting
70 x 140 x 2 cm
$1,119
Marie-Pierre Autonne - Les coquelicots d'or
Marie-Pierre Autonne
Oil painting
122 x 152 cm
$4,304
Gaëtan de Séguin - J+le f préféré...
Gaëtan de Séguin
Mixed media
114 x 146 cm
$3,443
Antonino Puliafico - Speranza
Antonino Puliafico
Oil painting
130 x 130 cm
$2,774
Marie Pernet - Ecriture n°1
Marie Pernet
Acrylic painting
130 x 162 cm
$3,826
Réjane LeChat - Tout seul n°50
Bronze Sculpture
125 x 130 x 19 cm
$3,683
Jesús Tejedor - Dichotomie
Mixed media
200 x 140 cm
$2,200
Catherine Maddens - Filaments
Acrylic painting
114 x 146 x 3 cm
$3,826
Claire Moog - Prainting 04
Claire Moog
Mixed media
200 x 160 cm
$2,487
Nadine Hardy - Présence 11-19
Nadine Hardy
Acrylic painting
114 x 146 cm
$3,922
Claudio Missagia - Floreale 7
Claudio Missagia
Oil painting
130 x 160 cm
$4,783
Patricia PERRIER - Le déjeuner sur l'herbe
Patricia PERRIER
Acrylic painting
120 x 150 cm
$4,017
François Pagé - Le matin le soleil rose venait caresser le bord de ta fenêtre
François Pagé
Oil painting
114 x 195 cm
$4,113
delcanto - Mediterraneo_001
Oil painting
160 x 160 cm
$4,783
Nathalie Leverger - Tout l'or du marais
Nathalie Leverger
Oil painting
150 x 180 cm
$3,826
OLIVIER MESSAS - Énergie de rue… (EXPRESSION LIBRE 2012)
OLIVIER MESSAS
Acrylic painting
160 x 100 x 2 cm
$4,783
Uzony - Rouge et argent
Uzony
Acrylic painting
120 x 140 cm
$4,783
Alain Ballereau - 05-146
Alain Ballereau
Acrylic painting
200 x 200 cm
$2,678
Stéphane Cattaneo - La forêt du phénix
Stéphane Cattaneo
Mixed media
150 x 178 cm
$4,448
Christian DUGArdeyn - Mélangeons-nous!
Christian DUGArdeyn
Acrylic painting
240 x 200 cm
$3,826
Thierry Virton - Magic nature
Thierry Virton
Mixed media
162 x 139 cm
$4,304
Chris Pillot - Now is gone 0302
Chris Pillot
Oil painting
120 x 140 cm
$4,113
Cyrille Borgnet Dupont - Portrait d’arbre 12442306
Cyrille Borgnet Dupont
Mixed media
150 x 140 x 1 cm
$2,774
De Voc - On dirait le sud
Acrylic painting
150 x 150 x 2 cm
$3,061

"A painting only lives in the eye of the beholder" - Pablo Picasso

Large scale art is oftentimes very fascinating for the viewer. We often find ourselves in front of big art pieces, utterly fascinated, sometimes dazed but completely absorbed, as if both ourselves and the painting had become one. 

Feeling impressed or even very insignificant in front of large paintings, is very common. We can also perceive a certain closeness with a character or subject depicted in the painting due to their size being almost true to life. Like a connection - as if understood their emotions, their feelings. The large format allows us to project ourselves more into a work, it invites us to scrutinize the smallest details and subtleties.

Whatever the subject or object (sculpture, painting, photography), large scale art pins us almost head to head with its subject, almost beckoning us to enter into the artist’s world, to become one.

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) once said "A painting only lives in the eye of the beholder". This quote is all the more obvious when we find ourselves in front of big art pieces. Without us the viewers, it has no meaning. 

The Long History of Large Scale Art 

For centuries, large paintings were purely reserved for History Painting, in order to illustrate political, warlike or royal events; stories with a message or moral behind them, or to illustrate holy and sacred texts from Ancient History.

Since the 19th century, various artists have taken the liberty of applying the large format to illustrate different themes, such as Genre Painting or landscapes, previously reserved for small formats, and situated at the bottom of the hierarchy of genres established by the Academy.

Gustave Courbet, leader of the Realism movement, painted portraits and landscapes, considered minor artistic genres by the Academy. Courbet was a highly controversial painter, but who nevertheless deeply upset the artistic codes established until then! Indeed, in 1850, he painted A funeral in Ornans: for this work the artist chose to use a large format to represent an otherwise banal subject.

Later, avant-garde artists chose to break free from academic constraints and went on to create large paintings, to depict scenes from everyday life, landscapes, or even abstract works. 

Among these artists who had large format paintings for sale, it's hard not to mention Monet and his Water Lilies, Picasso and his monumental work Guernica, the work Grande Anthropophagie bleue, 275x407cm created by Yves Klein, or Giacometti's life-size sculpture, entitled L'Homme qui marche!

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