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Lives of famous artists

Frida Kahlo: The symbol of Mexico and feminism

Frida Kahlo: The symbol of Mexico and feminism

Viva la Frida! Few women have succeeded as painters in the last century, when the world still belonged mainly to men. Few women have managed to become a symbol of their country and the feminist movement at the same time. Frida Kahlo was certainly not the ordinary wife of her famous husband. She was an …

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Life with the star

Life with the star

Everyone has dreamed at least once in their lives what it would be like to live or just meet a movie and music star personally. To some of us, this will come true, and for those it doesn’t, we bring a solution. In our wide selection of movie posters everyone definitely chooses your hero. JAMES …

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Sam Toft

Sam Toft

Sam Toft is a popular English painter who is famous for her unmistakable style of paintings. The artist brings to her art light humor, identical characters and complements everything with a lot of colors. The whole world fell in love with this art. The paintings are suitable for representative spaces even for your homes. We …

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Five Facts: All About The Monet

Five Facts: All About The Monet

Claude Monet is a celebrated French pioneer of impressionism, an art style presenting reality and ordinary life with an expressive brushwork and a play of lights and shadows. The revolutionary’s work is amongst the world’s most expensive and renowned; in particular, his oil paintings of water lilies and poppy fields. Unfortunately, Claude Monet’s interesting and …

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5 facts about: Marilyn Monroe

5 facts about: Marilyn Monroe

Iconic Hollywood star Marilyn Monroe was a big mystery, not just for her team, which she was working with, but for her closest friends as well. It is not such a big surprise when we look at her fame. It was so huge, that almost no one would take it and that was the reason why she …

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Five Facts About: Banksy and His Graffiti Street Art

Five Facts About: Banksy and His Graffiti Street Art

Banksy is one of the most popular street artists who often creates political statements with his stencils and spray paint. His identity has remained a mystery throughout most of his fame, though there are a few claims that he has been revealed. We aren’t sure who he really is, but we gathered some five fun facts that …

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Five Facts About: Impressionism

Five Facts About: Impressionism

Impressionism is an art movement that originated in Paris around 1874. Some of the most famous impressionists include: Camille Pissarro, Claude Monet, Édouard Manet and Edgar Degas, among others. The movement started when a group of various artists decided to create their own independent exhibition, which was ground-breaking at that time in Paris. There, artists had to …

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Five Facts About: Audrey Hepburn

Five Facts About: Audrey Hepburn

Many know her from Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961), My Fair Lady (1964) and Roman Holiday (1953). The actress, style icon and philanthropist was born in Brussels, Belgium, and was known for her kind and charming character. She had a humble reputation and dedicated her career to philanthropy later in life. She passed away due to …

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Decorate your life!

Since 1999, Europosters has become one of the top sellers of posters, wall murals and wall art. Currently, we cooperate with artists, photographers, and graphic designers from all Europe. In our offer, you can find the most beautiful well-known paintings as well as brand new artwork of contemporary artists. We are happy to print even your own photos, and, on your demand, we will put your prints in frames of high quality. We really love interior design however, we do not forget about geeks and music fans for whom we are constantly expanding our offer of posters, mugs, t-shirts, collectible figurines and other licensed merchandise products and gifts.


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