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Bread Art Prints

Bread has been portrayed in art for centuries by both traditional and contemporary artists. These painted baked goods are as versatile as the real thing however, making it hard to pin down what styles and areas would be most well suited to and for this art category.

The difficulty in categorizing what elements are required in bread art is because this baked good is usually considered the sum of its parts. Therefore, a painting that depicts baking, grains, or even just the ingredients to make bread can be a type of bread art. However, most personal art depicts the baking process clearly or reveals the finished loaf, such as in the painting 'Bread is Baked' by Peter Seal.

Bread Artwork

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Chef With Bread And Oil
by Tracy Flickinger
8" x 20"
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Winery
by Jean Plout
16" x 16"
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Boulangerie
by Katharine Gracey
9" x 9"
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Fifties Kitchen I
by Color Bakery
24" x 24"
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Buon Appetito
by Grace Pullen
12" x 12"
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Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread
by Shelly Rasche
24" x 24"
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Bread on Table
by Unknown
36" x 24"
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The Supper at Emmaus, Detail 1601 (bread)
by Michelangelo Caravaggio
18" x 24"
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Wine and Bread
by Viktor Shvaiko
8" x 6"
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Croissant
by Ginny Joyner
10" x 13"
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Italian Bread
by Unknown
26" x 39"
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Segala
by Susan Clickner
8" x 8"
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Focaccia
by Susan Clickner
8" x 8"
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Bread Is Baked
by Peter Seal
8" x 8"
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Nifty Fifties - Toast
by Charlene Audrey
8" x 10"
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Focaccia
by Susan Clickner
24" x 24"
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Give Us This Day
by Edgar Jerins
18" x 24"
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Insignia IV
by T.C. Chiu
16" x 20"
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Focaccia
by Susan Clickner
16" x 16"
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Segala
by Susan Clickner
16" x 16"
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Buttermilk Biscuit Mix
by Norman Wyatt Jr.
10" x 13"
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Tuscan Table - Chianti - Mini
by Gregory Gorham
8" x 10"
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Wine Bread
by Ata Alishahi
16" x 20"
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Toscano Pane Classico
by Jane Carroll
12" x 12"
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Semolina
by Susan Clickner
8" x 8"
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Semolina
by Susan Clickner
16" x 16"
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Bread Study
by Theresa Kasun
19" x 13"
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Cornbread Mix
by Norman Wyatt Jr.
10" x 13"
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Americanna Bread
by Wendy Russell
19" x 13"
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Toasted
by Chariklia Zarris
10" x 13"
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Warm Sourdough Bread
by Chariklia Zarris
7" x 10"
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Les Pains No. 1
by Alan Blaustein
13" x 14"
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Our Daily Bread
by I. Lane
17" x 13"
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Boulangerie
by Shari Warren
10" x 12"
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Les Pains No. 2
by Alan Blaustein
24" x 24"
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Although modern art has displayed the majority of this artwork, traditional artists frequently used bread in Christian art and still life paintings. In Christian art, bread is associated with the body of Christ and portrayals of the Last Supper typically had some form of this element in their art, as well as using it as a tool for foreshadowing in depictions of other meals that involved Christ, such as in Caravaggio's work, 'The Supper at Emmaus'. For still life art, bread was an element that was used alongside other food or decorations but was rarely a main subject. These scenes were typically gentle and homely in nature, such as in Cezanne's 'Still Life of Apples and Biscuits'.

Modern artists have used bread in their works as a part of their focus on re-inventing common objects. These paintings can either have bread or some other association with the baking process as their main theme. Still life paintings are still a common vehicle in this objects depiction, however as modern art has grown, so have the types of artwork available. Flat and representational styles are used by modern artists to depict the smells and environments of bakeries around the world, as well as to showcase the different kinds of bread available through pop art and other modes of artistic expression.
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