Art Shapes and Formats
Format defines the physical proportions of an artwork. in photography, terms like portrait and landscape can refer to both subject matter and to the format, or physical orientation of a work.
Our collection of art by format or orientation contains works defined by their proportions - square, or wide-angled, or elongated - as well as art defined by shape. Shop our selection of art organized by shape and format, and find a stunning artwork for the walls of your home or office today!
Large formats are striking, and engross the viewer in the motif. Our collection of large works can transform any wallspace with their sheer size.
Smaller formats are a way to make a subtle statement. Hang them like postcards in a home office nook, or arrange them in a pattern to create an elaborate design.
Panoramic works are horizontally elongated, and are well suited to capture motion as it unfolds.
Portrait in the visual arts, especially photography, refers to a specific orientation. While a traditional portrait seeks to capture the profile and character of an artistic subject, an artwork in portrait orientation is one which is vertically composed.
Round Shaped Formats
Our colelction of circle art contains both round shaped art, like the flower art by Orlando Broom, as well as artworks featuring circles as the subject matter.
Square Shaped Formats
The square format artworks in the LUMAS portfolio consist in a wide array of works across different genres, mediums, and subject matter.
Artworks in several pieces belong to a definition of format all their own.
Skateboards are one of the most popular and innovative artistic surfaces. In principle, a skateboard is a canvas in portrait orientation. Several pieces aligned side-to-side, with a single motif extending across them, allows them to present as other shapes.