Giveaway from Arte Limited

, , , , By Catherine Lazure-Guinard
Arte Limited is an art gallery in Italy that sells imited edition giclée art prints by international artists and illustrators such as Erika Blomgren, Isobel Wood, Mattias Adolfsson, Alberto SevesoMydeadpony, and many more.
We are super happy they wanted to give our readers the chance to win their favorite art print!
And it’s simple to participate:
  1. Like Arte Limited’s Facebook page
  2. Choose your favorite art print from artelimited.com (that’s the difficult part – They are all so beautiful and interesting!)
  3. Tell us which one you want and why the comment section below this post.
Arte Limited will ship your art print anywhere in the world. The giveaway will close on Friday 17th of May, and the winner will be contacted directly. The art prints are numbered, and are either signed on the print or comes with a signed certificate of authenticity. All artworks are printed by the giclée method on matt white Hahnemühle 308 gsm fine art paper. Arte Limited works in close collaboration with the artists to create the highest quality of exclusive art editions.
Good luck to all!
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25 Comments

  1. Ana
    7 May 2013 / 12:50 pm

    Like Shopping Angel by Paola Piglia, no. A0709. Hard hunt, everything is adorable!

  2. Kate
    7 May 2013 / 12:53 pm

    This is such cool giveaway! Wow… I love Arte Limited’s site and routinely go over to pine for prints. I love Alberto Seveso’s work and would almost certainly pick one of his prints.

  3. nitahannele
    7 May 2013 / 1:32 pm

    When I saw that Atre Limited has prints from Pietari Posti, I knew there was no other choice. After struggling between two beautiful graphics, I came to the conclusion I would love to have Posti’s Winter No. III (no. A0680) hanging on our new home’s wall.

    Keeping my fingers crossed, it would be an amazing reminder where my roots are.

  4. Joanne Matheson Sovik
    7 May 2013 / 2:03 pm

    So hard to choose! A0798 ‘A dream within a dream’ by Cat Zaza would look great hanging on one of my walls. I love that it is almost 2 in one. I love the whimsy and the colours and the spirit of the piece.

  5. Briana S.
    7 May 2013 / 3:58 pm

    I loved ‘Ofelia’ by Antonello Silverini. I was drawn to the woman’s billowing hair and powerful stance.

  6. Sandra S.
    7 May 2013 / 7:16 pm

    Really really hard to pick just one, but… I’d really love to have “Stockholm ’67” by Bo Lundberg because it’s just so perfect, mod, and upbeat! (A close second choice in a completely different register: “The Ink Dragon” by Cat Zaza -very dreamlike and reassuring at the same time…)

  7. Cheva Yu
    7 May 2013 / 10:35 pm

    It’s so hard to decide on one print. Finally picked Linn Olofsdotter’s ‘Untitled’ for its fantastical quality. I love the coral-like hands. A0362 Great giveaway.

  8. Betty S.
    8 May 2013 / 2:14 am

    Nice gesture, thank you very much! I was between 2, both had so many meanings for me, I chose “Music” by Lasse Skarbovik. Music is something very special to our family and our friends which most of them are musicians and load our house with music every time they are there.

  9. Trude B
    10 May 2013 / 6:15 pm

    Wow! So many really nice prints to choose from. But graphic black and white always gets me, and so did “Aoi” by Lasse Skarbovik. Love it! Would be the perfect moving in gift for my new flat.

  10. 11 May 2013 / 9:22 am

    It was really quite difficult to make a choice, but I have a weakness for fashion illustrations. The one that speaks to me most is ‘Wuthering Heights’ by Lina Ekstrand. I can imagine it would be quite striking, particularly because it’s a large piece. The huge plus? Its name! Loved that book when I was a teenager.

  11. 11 May 2013 / 9:22 am

    It was really quite difficult to make a choice, but I have a weakness for fashion illustrations. The one that speaks to me most is ‘Wuthering Heights’ by Lina Ekstrand. I can imagine it would be quite striking, particularly because it’s a large piece. The huge plus? Its name! Loved that book when I was a teenager.

  12. 11 May 2013 / 9:27 am

    So many gorgeous artwork, but I have to choose Stockholm ’67, because I love the design, and it’s reminiscent of old olympics posters. Plus, I love Sweden.

  13. Jake Evans
    11 May 2013 / 11:00 am

    ‘Copenhagen’. Giclée Art Print by Mads Berg, Is a beautiful piece. It is classic in its style and is a great image of Copenhagen.
    Mads Berg is the king!

  14. Marjo
    11 May 2013 / 11:06 am

    So many cool prints to choose from! But I made the decision and it is “Camouflage” by Naja Conrad-Hansen. I hope I win! ;)

  15. sue macaulay
    11 May 2013 / 11:42 am

    “VOYAGE” …Antonello Silverini
    I love the voyage !Why ?
    If I had it on display in my home,my friends would enjoy the power it has ,to me it seems to emanate dream like qualities,giving out a message to the viewer of time passing ,timelessness and peace…The colours employed in its making are
    a pleasure to the eye…I simply love this image .X

  16. valentina
    11 May 2013 / 1:07 pm

    I think it’s really nice of you to have such a beautiful giveaway. I love Paola Piglia’s Raven Hair, it has a visual overdose, it’s impressive and it’s my style, i can easily identify myself with the painting.

  17. Kim L. Beaudoin
    12 May 2013 / 12:54 am

    ‘a Due Colori I’. Giclée Art Print by Alberto Seveso, the textures and colours are simply incredible!

  18. Kim L. Beaudoin
    12 May 2013 / 12:56 am

    ‘a Due Colori I’. Giclée Art Print by Alberto Seveso, the textures and colours are simply incredible!

  19. Anna
    12 May 2013 / 2:10 pm

    Great idea for a giveaway, you guys. Since I just moved into a new flat I’d love to adorn my naked walls with Alberto Sevesos ‘Disastro Ecologico V’. Fingers crossed!

  20. Anne H.
    13 May 2013 / 3:03 pm

    I’m absolutely in love with ‘Disastro Ecologico V’ by Alberto Seveso. The curves of the print takes my mind to floating fabric of a dancers dress. I would love to win this beautiful thing!

  21. Anne H.
    13 May 2013 / 3:06 pm

    I’m absolutely in love with ‘Disastro Ecologico V’ by Alberto Seveso. The curves of the print takes my mind to floating fabric of a dancers dress. I would love to win this beautiful thing!

  22. Katarina
    14 May 2013 / 8:01 am

    Hi. You were right, choosing the favourite print was really difficult, they are really gourgeous.
    However, the winnner is ‘Little Elephant’by Cat Zaza.

  23. Katarina
    14 May 2013 / 8:03 am

    Hi. You were right, choosing the favourite print was really difficult, they are really gourgeous.
    However, the winnner is ‘Little Elephant’by Cat Zaza.

  24. Marilia
    15 May 2013 / 2:50 pm

    So difficult… I had to go through all the pages, just to make sure I was not going to miss anything! I choose ‘The Rape of Persephone’ by Daniel Egnéus. So dramatic! It would fit perfectly to my current plain walls. I desperately need an art work on wall to remove that “rented apartment” feel!

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