If you’ve got an art lover in your family or friends circle, we’ve got just the thing for you – our top 10 Christmas gifts for art lovers.
The Burton Art Gallery’s newly launched shop is filled with gifts of all sorts to pop under the tree on Christmas Day.
All of the below are available from the Burton’s online shop, meaning you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your own home to shop.
Featuring prints by illustrator Angela Harding, this calendar captures the essence of British landscape and wildlife on every page. It includes a range of Angela’s most popular prints including ‘Young Hare’, ‘Two Gannets’ and the ‘Golden Eagle’. Text accompanies each print and you can handily see the previous and next month’s dates on each datepad.
Can’t quite decide what they’d love most? Save yourself the hassle and pick up a Burton Art Gallery gift voucher instead and let them choose from our wide range of gifts for art lovers.
These colourful prints are based on food, still life and imagery and are inspired by Helen Murgatroyd’s travels. This particular lino print features a scene from a fishmonger’s in Medina, Saudi Arabia.
A must-have for any art and jigsaw lover! This Midsummer Morning 1,000-piece jigsaw by Annie Soudain is inspired by the artist’s interest in plants and nature and this particular scene was taken from the views across the field overlooking Rye Bay in Hastings Country Park.
If you know someone who loves both art and cats, then this is the ideal present. Featuring 330 original prints from 53 British artists, the prints have been made using a variety of techniques and finishes including woodcut, linocut etchings, wood engraving, silkscreen and lithograph.
The perfect post-Christmas dinner game for art lovers, this features 60 artists from Michelangelo to Damien Hirst. You must identify the famous artist from three visual clues. For example which artist is this: Moustache + lobster + flying cat = ? Find out the answer at the bottom of the article.
For over 17 years James Ravilious documented rural life in North Devon before it became modernised, and the result was over 75,000 black and white negatives. This book collates many of those prints which Barry Lane, Secretary General of the Royal Photographic Society, called a ‘unique body of work’.
Made using offcuts of her artwork, Helyne Jennings’ jewellery is formed from laminated paper and fabrics which are then treated with layers of acrylic paints, gesso and modelling paste and dyestuffs. Each one is truly unique, making it the perfect gift for any art and jewellery lover.
For any art lover living in the South West these Rachel Shute prints show off the natural landscapes and beaches of the area in all their beauty.
This charming little planner is covered in roses, lavender and other blossoming flowers as part of Diane Monet’s Flower Philharmonic print which shows off the French countryside. It would be hard not to smile if you pulled a planner this pretty out of your bag.
Christmas gifts for art lovers
If you’re looking for the perfect Christmas gift for an art lover, the Burton has you covered.
We have a large range of gifts as well as the 10 listed here, so head to our shop to start browsing.
And if you’re still wondering about the moustache, lobster, flying cat artist? Dali, of course!