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Liven Up Your Space With Stunning Art Prints And Furniture From The Calcuttan

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What Makes It Awesome

Calcuttan, a workshop and gallery based out of Kolkata and Mumbai, will help you add life to the bare walls and empty spaces in your house with their alluring art prints and timeless furniture. 

Looking for art decor that’s minimalistic in appeal, beautifully detailed, with a touch of nostalgia, and a dash of delicacy? Calcuttan is where you will find it. The gallery celebrates the work of contemporary artists from around the world as well as historical illustrators of our colonial past. Get high quality art prints in a variety of categories. From abstract to botanical, Scandinavian to maps of India, patent documents to architectural elements, and more. These prints capture an extraordinary level of detail and are printed in high grade fine art media. 

Put up a print from their vintage birds and insects collection on your living room wall and it will instantly add oodles of colour, character and charisma to your living space. It was hard to get my eyes off the botanical illustrations prints by Belgian born Redouté, an official court artist of Queen Marie Antoinette. He was nicknamed "the Raphael of flowers" and hailed as one of the greatest illustrators of all time. I also have a thing for black and white architectural photography. The optical illusion, the play of shadow and light, and monochrome aesthetics lend these prints a very contemporary cool vibe. Check out the architecture section under the ‘all prints’ tab and you will know what I am talking about.

Calcuttan is even dedicated to bringing old, unique objects back to life. They specialise in recreating furniture in the unforgettable and timeless styles of the past. Working with a hands-on approach to cater to each piece with great care and attention as they are restored, repurposed or recreated. Fancy yourself pondering in an Edwardian Swivel Chair? Reproduced in teak wood (with caning weave at the centre and on the curved back rest), this vintage piece of furniture will make for a stunning addition to your study. Who remembers the piano style Davenport desks of the 19th century? The Calcuttan has a sleeker version of it in white, ideal for kid’s study or even a kitchen to hold cookery books. I’d be really surprised if your search for that perfectly sized Victorian tea table in white does not end here!

Pro-Tip

All their prints are available on canvas and paper. Canvas has two framing options - gallery wrap and floater frame. For paper prints you can opt for a simple or a mounted frame.