Geometric art prints & posters



Gorgeous geometric art prints & posters

Geometric shape wall art, prints & posters at Claude & Leighton

Geometric shapes, lines, circles, squares, triangles...we love them all at Claude & Leighton.

Our geometric collection also includes what we describe as mosaic art. The definition of mosaic art, described in more detail below, refers to small regular or irregular pieces of a material or substance making up a whole. And our mosaic art prints have a very mosaic look, even though they weren't created out of physical materials.

So go on, add some bold shape statements to your home or office. 

About Geometric Art

Geometric art is a form of abstract art which has existed throughout history, although as a genre it was popularised by artists in the early 20th century. It is abstraction based on geometric form and compositions of those forms, often resulting in patterns and motifs.

Unlike organic shapes, geometric shapes, such as rectangles, have clear edges. Most geometric shapes are created by human hands, although nature-made crystals are also considered to be geometric.

About Mosaic Art

The traditional definition of a mosaic is a coherent pattern or image in which each component element is built up from small regular or irregular pieces of substances such as stone, glass or ceramic, generally held in place by plaster/mortar.

These days, mosaic has come to be defined as a pattern or image made from many multiple pieces. In addition to traditional stone, ceramic tesserae, enameled and stained glass, many other materials are now used, including shells, beads, chains, gears, coins, and even jewelry. Mosaic can be found in a range of forms from traditional murals to contemporary artworks, and even industrial and construction forms.

So take a look at our selection of geometric and mosaic art and find the combination of shapes and colours that are pleasing to your eye. 

And we'll continue to add to our great selection of geometric art prints and posters on a regular basis. 

If you have any questions or need help choosing the right piece of geometric art for you, then please get in touch so that we can help.