Romantic Wall Art For The Home

Rebecca Poole

When it comes to romantic décor many different styles might come to mind - from reds and pinks, to elegant vintage interiors, there are so many different components to choose from. If you are seeking to add a touch of romance to your home, you should follow your heart and decide on a theme that works for you and your space. 

At Pathos Studio we have an extensive collection of different romantic wall art prints to meet your tastes, so whether you are looking for modern art prints, classic artwork influenced by the Romanticism art movement, or floral wall art prints, we have something for you. To get your ideas flowing, we have included below a few of our favourite romantic art prints to add to your home in 2024!

Gustav Klimt - Liebe (Love)

Gustav Klimt's classic oil-on-canvas painting titled 'Liebe', available to order as a premium giclée art print with a wide range of framing options.

According to, in his painting Liebe (Love), he created a representation of love including two central lovers, onlooking female characters to the top of the image to symbolise the journey of life and love, and intricate roses to the frame to further allude to the romantic illusions of the story.

Paul Cézanne - The Battle of Love

A classic 19th Century post-impressionist panting titled ‘The Battle of Love’ by Paul Cézanne.

Paul Cézanne
’s painting has been described by as a representation of the struggle of love and “the fury and intoxication of desire”. The original oil-on-canvas painting was once owned by Pierre-Auguste Renoir and sources differ as to whether it was given as a gift from Cézanne or whether Renoir had purchased the painting. It now lives at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC but is not currently on view.

Temple of Flora - Cupid Inspiring Plants with Love

A 19th Century illustration of 'Cupid Inspiring Plants with Love', as featured in 'The Temple of Flora' by English botanical writer Robert John Thornton.

This 19th Century illustration was featured in ‘The Temple of Flora’ by English botanical writer Robert John Thornton and is available as a high resolution art print in a variety of sizes and bespoke framing options from Pathos Studio! Other botanical illustrations from The Temple of Flora are also available on our website.

The Lovers by Reza Abbasi (Traditional Persian Miniature Painting)

'The Lovers' (or 'Two Lovers') is a traditional Persian miniature painting by Reza Abbasi.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art explains Reza Abbasi’s painting The Lovers: “Reflecting the loosening of morals during the reign of Shah Safi (1629-42), Riza has portrayed a man and woman in an intricately composed amorous embrace.”  This beautiful and historic painting forms part of The Met’s collection but is not currently on view to the public. Own a piece of history with a high resolution print of this traditional Persian miniature painting. Browse our full collection of Persian Art on Pathos Studio.

Edvard Munch - The Kiss

Edvard Munch's classic artwork titled 'The Kiss', available to order as a premium giclée art print with a wide range of framing options.

Edvard Munch
’s classic artwork ‘The Kiss’ emphasises the beauty of the human body and depicts a passionate moment between two people in front of a window. This striking hand-drawn artwork is available to order as a premium giclée art print to add to your collection.

What is Romanticism?

The Romanticism Art Movement originated in Europe towards the end of the 18th Century and for most of the Western world, it was at its peak from approx 1800 to 1850. Romanticism was used to describe the movement in art and literature which was “distinguished by a new interest in human psychology, expression of personal feeling and interest in the natural world.” (Tate, 2024.)

This emotional contrast to classical art saw the likes of artwork being produced by artists such as J. M. W. Turner, who The National Gallery describes as possibly “the best-loved English Romantic artist.” 

J. M. W. Turner - Venice

J. M. W. Turner’s classic oil-on-canvas painting 'Venice', available as a high resolution giclée print in a variety of sizes.

Venice is often considered as one of the most romantic places to visit on earth. J. M. W. Turner is credited as capturing the magical ambience of Venice through his extensive collection of oil paintings, watercolours, and sketchbooks created on his trips to the floating city between 1819 and 1840. Discover more of J. M W. Turner’s luminous artworks at Pathos Studio, available as art prints in bespoke sizes.

Final Thoughts

Art is a truly wonderful way to express emotions and feelings, with so many different styles and themes to choose from. Romantic art prints make thoughtful gifts for anniversaries, birthdays and other special occasions, but if you’re still not quite sure which your loved one would choose we also offer Pathos Studio gift cards taking the guesswork out of the equation. 

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