For many art collectors and history enthusiasts, the Arc de Triomphe is synonymous with the proud history of France. This monument is often seen in French collage paintings alongside the Eiffel Tower, fleur-de-lis, and other French icons. These French monument canvas artworks have a spectrum, from highly modern pop art representations like 'Paris l'amour' by Lobo to more classic appeals, like 'Paris Collage II' by Gregory Gorham.
Many of the works that are seen and appreciated in the United States and other countries also employ French architecture art. However, the difference between these pieces is that often they are more focused on tourism rather than the historical significance that is usually seen in Arc De Triomphe art. Works such as 'Tres Chic' by Carol Robinson is an example of this, where the Arc De Triomphe is an additional element rather than the main subject.