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Spoon Art Prints

Spoon art art is an example of culinary art that is prominently displayed in cafes, restaurants, and kitchens around the world. This artwork can be used to portray the preparation of food, the act of eating, or the warm comfort of a favorite beverage, as well as being a fascinating artistic object of its own because of the forms it can take.

Like many other forms of art featuring cutlery, spoon art is depicted in many different styles and in many different contexts. Flat and representational designs are combined with Cubist, vintage, photographic, and whimsical styles.

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Spoon Artwork

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Sunday Dinner
by Chariklia Zarris
12" x 16"
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Spoons
by Mike Feeley
12" x 10"
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Modern Cooking
by Aimee Wilson
12" x 12"
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Spoons and Forks
by Albena Hristova
18" x 12"
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Spoons
by Mike Feeley
15" x 12"
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Iced Tea
by Jennifer Bonaventura
10" x 10"
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Sunday Brunch
by Chariklia Zarris
12" x 16"
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Antique Utensils I
by Melissa Wang
12" x 16"
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Rose Garden Utensils II
by Lisa Audit
12" x 15"
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French Menu I
by Pela Studio
16" x 16"
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Adriana Spoon
by Jean Plout
8" x 16"
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Antique Spoon
by Ethan Harper
14" x 32"
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Breakfast
by Sabine Berg
11" x 14"
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Spoons and Forks III Neutral
by Albena Hristova
12" x 15"
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Retro Diner Time to Eat
by Michael Mullan
16" x 20"
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Kitchen Words II
by Pela Studio
10" x 25"
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Indigo Spoon Fork Knife
by Linda Woods
16" x 16"
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Ornate Cutlery on Black II
by Ethan Harper
12" x 24"
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Utensils
by ND Art & Design
12" x 24"
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Antique Utensils IV
by Melissa Wang
12" x 16"
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Wooden Spoons High
by Beth Albert
16" x 20"
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Spoons
by Michael Harrison
12" x 15"
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Italian Latte
by Jennifer Brinley
10" x 10"
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The Wait
by Adolf Llovera
17" x 22"
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Do More Spoon
by Longfellow Designs
16" x 20"
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Antique Knife Fork and Spoon
by Tom Quartermaine
16" x 12"
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Dinner Conversation I
by Color Bakery
16" x 16"
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Spoons
by Gregory Gorham
11" x 14"
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Bistro
by David Carter Brown
8" x 20"
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A Table
by Lanie Loreth
12" x 36"
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Bon Appetit
by Lanie Loreth
12" x 36"
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French Vintage Bistro
by SD Graphics Studio
8" x 19"
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A Table
by Lanie Loreth
6" x 18"
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French Vintage Bistro
by SD Graphics Studio
8" x 20"
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Bistro
by Lanie Loreth
12" x 12"
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Spoon art is often depicted in art for its preparatory qualities. Works such as 'Sunday Dinner' by Chariklia Zarris is a pop art depiction of this culinary usage, although other more traditional representations such as 'Kitchen Tools' by Simon Parr are also common. This form of spoon art also has the most versatility out of this art category since it can represent tablespoons, teaspoons, measuring spoons, and stirring spoons, all of which have different shapes, sizes, and purposes.

Like forks, the use of spoons in art is also prevalent as a symbol of eating exotic or fine cuisine. Because of this, vintage artwork portraying other culinary cultures, such as French or Italian cuisine, is common. These artworks are highly detailed and are the most obviously sophisticated type of spoon art because of their subtle color palettes and attention to detail.

Spoon art featuring beverages is the most common example of this category, although generally the utensil isn't the primary subject of these works. They are also the type of artwork most often used in cafes and restaurants because of the warm, friendly atmosphere that these works generally employ in their color schemes and content. These works can be as expressive as 'Morning Java I' by Gina Ritter or as festively exuberant as 'Italian Latte' by Jennifer Brinley. The purpose of this artwork is to make the viewer feel the comfort and companionship that these beverages symbolize, rather than showcase a particular object in the scene.
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