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Silent Night
By Fannie Lou Spelce
Located in Austin, TX
Artist: Fannie Lou Spelce Title: "Silent Night" Year: 1973 Size: 16" x 20" Medium: Oil on Linen Signature: Signed & Dated LR Unframed
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Late 20th Century Folk Art Landscape Paintings

Materials

Linen, Oil

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H 14 in. W 18 in. D .8 in.
Silent Night
By Hans Gustav Burkhardt
Located in West Hollywood, CA
A series of exceptional paintings and rare prints have just arrived from a private west coast private collection. American artist Hans Burkhardt, "Silent Night", lithograph, signed,...
Category

1970s Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

Silent Night
By John Albok
Located in Dallas, TX
Signed, titled, dated and stamped. Vintage gelatin silver print Born in Munkacs, Hungary, John Albok learned photography as a boy. He came to the U.S. in 1921 finding work almost...
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Mid-20th Century Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

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H 11.25 in. W 10.5 in. D 0.1 in.
Silent Night
By Ira Barkoff
Located in Greenwich, CT
American, b. 1934 “Looking at a blank canvas can be both exciting and frightening at the same time. Most of the time exciting wins out and I plunge in. That is, I paint the landscap...
Category

2010s Abstract Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Silent Night Under The Stars
By Kathleen Keifer
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Kathleen Keifer is a California-based internationally collected artist. She is a leading force of the New California Realism. With a high level of technical virtuosity Keifer creates...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

Silent Night 2, Painting, Oil on Paper
By Laura Spring
Located in Yardley, PA
This one of a kind painting is done in acrylic on paper. Silver line separates the sky and the earth. I use professional grade materials and canvases, and the painting is finished wi...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Oil

Silent Night 1, Painting, Oil on Paper
By Laura Spring
Located in Yardley, PA
This one of a kind painting is done in cold ax and oil on paper. Silver line divides the sky and the earth , hard to capture on photo, but you could see it in additional detail photo...
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21st Century and Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Oil

Silent Night, Painting, Oil on Wood Panel
By Richard Szkutnik
Located in Yardley, PA
original nocturne landscape oil on panel :: Painting :: Contemporary :: This piece comes with an official certificate of authenticity signed by the artist :: Ready to Hang: No :: Si...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Paintings

Materials

Oil

Silent Night
By Christine Frerichs
Located in Culver City, CA
Christine Frerichs (b. 1979, Los Angeles) has exhibited at Klowden Mann, ACME, CB1 Gallery, Kaycee Olsen Gallery, and Young Art in Los Angeles, Duchess Presents in Chicago, and the M...
Category

2010s Abstract Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Wax, Oil, Acrylic

Silent Night
Located in Denver, CO
Silent Night is an original painting by Frederick Shane (1906-1992) a modernist WPA era Colorado winter landscape with a moonlight over church, snow and hills. Frederick Shane studie...
Category

1940s American Modern Landscape Paintings

Materials

Gouache

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H 17.25 in. W 20.5 in. D 2 in.
Silent Night
By Stefan Kurten
Located in San Francisco, CA
medium: acrylic and ink on paper
Category

2010s Contemporary Figurative Paintings

Materials

Paper, Ink, Acrylic

Silent Night
H 11.75 in. W 8.25 in.

Silent Night For Sale on 1stDibs

On 1stDibs, you can find the most appropriate silent night for your needs in our varied inventory. There are many Abstract, Modern and Contemporary versions of these works for sale. Finding the perfect silent night may mean sifting through those created during different time periods — you can find an early version that dates to the 20th Century and a newer variation that were made as recently as the 21st Century. If you’re looking to add a silent night to create new energy in an otherwise neutral space in your home, you can find a work on 1stDibs that features elements of gray, black, purple, blue and more. Creating a silent night has been a part of the legacy of many artists, but those crafted by Laura Spring, John Albok, Ira Barkoff, Hans Gustav Burkhardt and Christine Frerichs are consistently popular. Artworks like these — often created in paint, oil paint and fabric — can elevate any room of your home. A large silent night can be an attractive addition to some spaces, while smaller examples are available — approximately spanning 6 high and 8.25 wide — and may be better suited to a more modest living area.

How Much is a Silent Night?

The price for a silent night in our collection starts at $400 and tops out at $18,500 with the average selling for $3,800.

Finding the Right Paintings for You

Painting is an art form that has spanned innumerable cultures, with artists using the medium to tell stories, explore and communicate ideas and express themselves. To bring abstract, landscape and still-life paintings into your home is to celebrate and share in the long tradition of this discipline.

When we look at paintings, particularly those that originated in the past, we learn about history, other cultures and countries of the world. Like every other work of art, paintings — whether they are contemporary creations or works that were made during the 19th century — can often help us clearly see and understand the world around us in a meaningful and interesting way.

Cave walls were the canvases for what were arguably the world’s first landscape paintings, which depict natural scenery through art. Portrait paintings and drawings, which, along with sculpture, were how someone’s appearance was recorded prior to the advent of photography, are at least as old as Ancient Egypt. In the Netherlands, landscapes were a major theme for painters as early as the 1500s. Later, artists in Greece, Rome and elsewhere created vast wall paintings to decorate stately homes, churches and tombs. Today, creating a wall of art is a wonderful way to enhance your space, showcase beautiful pieces and tie an interior design together.

No matter your preference, whether you favor Post-Impressionist paintings, animal paintings, Surrealism, Pop art or another movement or specific period, arranging art on a blank wall allows you to evoke emotions in a room while also showing off your tastes and interests. A symmetrical wall arrangement may comprise a grid of four to six pieces or, for an odd number of works, a horizontal row. Asymmetrical arrangements, which may be small clusters of art or large, salon-style gallery walls, have a more collected and eclectic feel. Download the 1stDibs app, which includes a handy “View on Wall” feature that allows you to see how a particular artwork will look on a particular wall, and read about how to arrange wall art. And if you’re searching for the perfect palette for your interior design project, what better place to turn than to the art world’s masters of color?

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