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Cityscape Art

Cityscape art has been around for as long as there have been cities. The first documented case of a cityscape was in 100 A.D. when a fresco painting depicted areas of Rome. But current cityscape art is not to be mistaken with urban art, although it contains many of the same elements and artists generally reflect both styles of art, cityscape art is a different category. Cityscape art is defined as a piece of artwork that depicts some form of skyline while showcasing a place of urban habitation or landmark.
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New York Window Fine-Art Print
New York Window
36" x 24"
 
Price: $38.99
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Brooklyn Bridge Fine-Art Print
Brooklyn Bridge
34" x 28"
 
Price: $50.99
Sale: $25.49
Sun and Surf Fine-Art Print
Sun and Surf
24" x 18"
 
Price: $48.99
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Times Square, 1949 Fine-Art Print
Times Square, 1949
 
36" x 24"
 
Price: $56.99
Sale: $28.49
An Evening Out Neutral Fine-Art Print
An Evening Out Neutral
36" x 24"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $138.99
Sale: $69.49
Brooklyn Bridge - panorama Fine-Art Print
Brooklyn Bridge - panorama
 
40" x 20"
 
Price: $63.99
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NYC Nights Fine-Art Print
NYC Nights
39" x 28"
 
Price: $57.99
Sale: $28.99
New York at Night Wall Poster
New York at Night
 
36" x 24"
 
Price: $27.99
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Brooklyn Bridge at Night Fine-Art Print
Brooklyn Bridge at Night
12" x 14"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $34.99
Sale: $17.49
Chicago, c.1930 Fine-Art Print
Chicago, c.1930
 
54" x 26"
 
Price: $82.99
Sale: $41.49
Brooklyn Bridge At Night Fine-Art Print
Brooklyn Bridge At Night
 
36" x 18"
 
Price: $45.99
Sale: $22.99
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The interpretations of cityscape art are as diverse as the location used for the subject matter. Flat or three-dimensional, colored or monochrome, surreal or realistic, all cityscape art has a strong sense of design that gives it an unique flavor when compared with traditional landscapes and contemporary urban art.

Traditional and contemporary artists have pursued the documentation of architecture and human interactions in their work through cityscape art. Vincent Van Gogh, Didier Lourenco, Alexander Moore, and many other famous artists both new and old, have pursued this art form, creating a stunning atmosphere and mood on the canvas that reveals more about the artist than the city they depict.

Although the option of depicting people is the artist's choice in this type of art, few other categories of art are able to inspire the type, or variety, of emotions contained in this art form.
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