BandagedEar.com Expands Inventory of Marc Chagall Art Prints

BandagedEar.com Expands Inventory of Marc Chagall Art Prints

BandagedEar.com is proud to expand its inventory of Marc Chagall art prints. Chagall is a well-known artist associated with a variety of artistic styles, such as Cubism, Surrealism and Fauvism. His vivid use of color and symbolism in his paintings make beautiful art prints, which create stunning focal points in any room's décor.

Co-founder of Bandagedear.com, Vladimir Safin, said, "Marc Chagall's artwork continues to serve as inspiration for today's modern artists. Chagall art prints add a pop of color to any space and are perfect for any room with modern décor. As we improve our product offerings, BandagedEar.com will regularly add art prints from popular artists to our inventory available online."

Millions of different framing configurations are available for all products, so customers can customize their art prints to match their home or office décor. Throughout the month of June, BandagedEar.com customers can take advantage of a site-wide sale to save money on Marc Chagall art prints and framed art prints. The 25% savings will be applied to all purchases through June 30, 2013.

About BandagedEar
BandagedEar is an extensive online wall art gallery and community site where art lovers can shop from among thousands of carefully selected art prints and posters. In addition to high-quality art prints, BandagedEar.com offers free tools to help customers discover new art and artists. A custom frame shop allows customers to choose a high-quality custom frame, which typically costs less than local frame shops. Choose from among millions of different configurations by specifying the frame, matting, cropping and glazing. All purchases are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.




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