This Valentine’s Day, Feast Your Eyes on These 8 Ultra Romantic Works from the Artnet Gallery Network

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and while flowers and chocolates are all well and good, we here at the Artnet Gallery Network think every occasion ought to be celebrated with art, art, and more art. And what’s lucky for us lovers of art is that painters, sculptors, and photographers are simply smitten with romance and all its adornments.  

On the Artnet Gallery Network, you can discover hundreds upon hundreds of artworks that are a picture-perfect gift for a beloved, from flowers that will never wilt to a chocolate box that will always be full. 

So while you’re waiting for Cupid’s arrow to strike, we’ve picked out a few of our favorites artworks on the Artnet Gallery Network that are perfect for Valentine’s Day.

 

Joseph Raffael
Opening New Beginning
Nancy Hoffman Gallery

Joseph Raffael, Opening New Beginnings (2018). Courtesy of Nancy Hoffman Gallery.

Joseph Raffael, Opening New Beginnings (2018). Courtesy of Nancy Hoffman Gallery.

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Manyatsa Monyamane
Before and After Series 3
THK Gallery

Manyatsa Monyamane, Before and After Series 3. Courtesy of THK Gallery.

Manyatsa Monyamane, Before and After Series 3. Courtesy of THK Gallery.

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Peter Anton
Regal Sampler
Larsen Gallery
Peter Anton, Regal Sampler (2007). Courtesy of Larsen Gallery.

Peter Anton, Regal Sampler (2007). Courtesy of Larsen Gallery.

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Arnulf Rainer
Ohne Titel
Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman

Arnulf Rainer, Ohne Titel (2011). Courtesy of Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman.

Arnulf Rainer, Ohne Titel (2011). Courtesy of Galerie Elisabeth and Klaus Thoman.

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Georgie Hopton
Horizontal Composition
Lyndsey Ingram

Georgie Hopton, Horizontal Composition (2011). Courtesy of Lyndsey Ingram.

Georgie Hopton, Horizontal Composition (2011). Courtesy of Lyndsey Ingram.

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John Baldessari
Valentine
Marina Ochakoff Fine Art

John Baldessari, Valentine (2015). Marina Ochakoff Fine Art.

John Baldessari, Valentine (2015). Marina Ochakoff Fine Art.

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Daisy Patton
Untitled (Two Women Holding Hands with Cream and Blue Flowers)
K Contemporary

Daisy Patton, Untitled (Two Women Holding Hands with Cream and Blue Flowers) (2019). Courtesy of K Contemporary.

Daisy Patton, Untitled (Two Women Holding Hands with Cream and Blue Flowers) (2019). Courtesy of K Contemporary.

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Marc Chagall
Les deux Pigeons
Galerie Fetzer

Marc Chagall, Les deux Pigeons (1927–1930). Courtesy of Galerie Fetzer.

Marc Chagall, Les deux Pigeons (1927–1930). Courtesy of Galerie Fetzer.

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Susan Swartz
Petals & Pollen 4
Susan Swartz Studios


Susan Swartz, Petals & Pollen 4 (2019). Courtesy of Susan Swartz Studios.

Susan Swartz, Petals & Pollen 4 (2019). Courtesy of Susan Swartz Studios.

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