Bold Red Art for Your Home

Artsy Specialist
Mar 26, 2018 8:24PM

Often associated with luck and fortune, red is one of art history’s oldest colors. Neanderthals began painting with the hue as far back as 250,000 years ago—and the color remains just as popular among today’s leading artists.

From Shepard Fairey’s political posters to Andy Warhol’s soup cans, look below to discover a selection of red works for your home. Or, browse all works by color on Artsy’s website.

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Under $1,000

Untitled, 2014
V1 Gallery
Shepard Fairey
Peace Guard 2, 2016
Black Book Gallery


Yayoi Kusama
Balloon Sculpture 19.6" Red & White
MSP Modern
Deborah Kass
Red Deb, 2012



Joan Miró
The Lady Playing Checkers | La Dame aux Damiers, 1969
Gilden's Art Gallery
Damien Hirst
The Cure - Fire Red/Sun Yellow/Fire Orange, 2014
Lawrence Alkin Gallery

Over $10,000

Alex Katz
Brisk Day I, 1990
Marlborough Gallery
Andy Warhol
Campbell's Soup II, 1969
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