The Best Italy Art Prints for your Home

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If like us you love travelling to Italy; finding great Italian artwork to grace your walls is the perfect way to keep your memories alive. 

Making sure the travel prints or posters are classic and decent quality is so important for the end result. We’ve been looking for the best art prints for home decor and love these framed prints from Fine Art America

They deliver worldwide and have a wonderful selection of Italian travel prints , canvases and Italy map artwork. 

Take a look at our favourite pieces and below and be inspired to update your home with these beautiful images of Italy.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Entrance to villa Tuscany’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Entrance to villa Tuscany’.


Italian wall decor for kitchens

The kitchen is where you can have a bit of humour in your choice of artwork. What better place to have a great coffee print such as this Espresso poster. Italians love their coffee and generally make it at home in the morning rather than using a takeaway service. So buy one of these fantastic retro prints and have the Italian Moka vibe in your own kitchen.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Expresso’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Expresso’.

You could even have three prints placed together in an Italian art set all related to food or coping with the mornings. We’re tempted by this pizza one which captures our love of this Italian food staple.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘A Slice of Life’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘A Slice of Life’.

Vintage Italian wall art

Who doesn’t love a vintage travel poster? There is so much choice on Fine Art America from city break memories with Florence wall art to popular cycling events like the famous Giro d’Italia.

Cycling is seeing a huge boom at the moment with lots of people taking up the sport in lockdown or commuting on them instead of the train. These would make excellent gifts for the biking enthusiast. 

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Florence Travel Poster’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Florence Travel Poster’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Giro d'Italia Bike’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Giro d'Italia Bike’.

Tuscan wall art

One of the most adored areas of Italy is quite rightly Tuscany. The romantic, rolling Tuscan hills make great Italian wall art for bedrooms.

You can also find classic black and white Italy wall art with views of Siena or wonderful vibrant Italy scenery pictures with the stunning sunflowers we know well from this region. 

I spent last September in Tuscany and although it’s so well visited there is something so calming about the hills, meadows and culture. Believe the hype as they say!

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Tuscan Sunflowers’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Tuscan Sunflowers’.

The Big Three; Florence, Rome and Venice wall art

When many of us think of Italy we head for the major cities. Especially if you are coming from the US it’s understandable that you would like to view some of the most famous spots. 

From Venice’s Grand Canal to Florence’s Duomo these cities make fantastic places to visit. You can now showcase images of your travels as canvases, these hang easily and can be the best art prints for a living room. 

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Venice Landmark Blue’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Venice Landmark Blue’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Medieval Echoes’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Medieval Echoes’.

We also think the modern touch given by this metal wall art sign for Rome, is the perfect quirky print for an apartment or loft. 

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Rome in Lights’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Rome in Lights’.

Scooter love

Lastly, who hasn’t dreamed of owning a Vespa or taken a sneaky photo of one you’ve seen abroad? We all see these iconic scooters on our Italy trips and wish we could head off on our own Roman Holiday! 

If you’d like to showcase these on your walls, take a look at this unusual image of such a popular little icon. 

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Mini Scooters’.

Credit: Fine Art America, ‘Mini Scooters’.


I hope you’ve been inspired to find some Italian artwork for your home.

Which are your favourites?

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