Line art or line drawing was one of the most trending art prints in 2019. Purely for the simplicity and design that draws you in. Whether it is an abstract shape or a figurative drawing, line art is one of this year's must haves and recommended by interior designers as it will work in any interior setting and style.
At Abstract House, we always recognise the trends so we have introduced our new collection of line art prints. But, unlike any other art stores, our artwork is printed on high quality 315 gsm fine art paper 100% cotton rag which gives the artwork a genuine authentic look. We also offer a complete framing service, with our beautiful solid wood frames, which are all handmade in Britain using quality craftsmanship, allowing the art prints to pop and adding elegance to finish off the look.
So, take a look at these 10 must have art prints from our new line art collection which have been selected by our team of curators that we think you will love.
The most popular form of line art is figurative. Using simple strokes and gestures to create minimal yet beautiful artwork capturing the subject.
As shown in the image above, mixing line art with blocks and soft colours to add depth to the work.
Another example of mixing line art with soft pastel colours and abstract shapes to create layers and highlight for the subject in the drawing.
This monochrome artwork is a true definition of line art. Using simple and elegant strokes in black and white ink to create the subject. Some see it as an abstract form and some see a figure created from these black lines. After all, art is in the eye of the beholder. What do you see?
Another form of line art is having thin black lines on a grey colour background creating less of a contrast compared with a white background. It gives it a luxurious fine art look and it will work nicely in any interior style.
This type of line drawing is sketch like type similar to the artwork by Picasso from his famous line drawing collection.
Powerful gesture, colours and, most importantly, composition is what makes this artwork pop.
Inspired by the master Henri Matisse, the figurative elements capture the simplistic beauty of this piece while offsetting a Bohemian vibe keeping it on-trend.
Another piece inspired by Picasso's line drawing series, this hand-drawn line drawing depicts a raw abstract form and creates a striking statement when hung on it's own or part of a gallery wall.
The last piece of line art is this figurative line drawing capturing the female figure.
We hope you enjoyed our selection of line art prints from the latest collection. Don't forget that you can create a beautiful gallery wall mixing some of these recommended prints in both the white and black frame to give it a unique look.