Top 10 Most Popular Art for 2014: Vincent van Gogh Remains on Top with 3 Paintings on the List

Top 10 most popular art for 2014Here it is, the Top 10 Art for 2014 from, which is a widely known art gallery in the online space. The artist in first place, two years in a row, is Vincent Van Gogh with his inviting painting, “Cafe Terrace”. He has three paintings listed in the Top 10 art for 2014. This year’s list is a star studded event, with world famous artists such as Claude Monet (in second place), Gustav Klimt, Pierre August Renoir, Frederic Leighton, Edouard Manet, Edgar Degas and Katsushika Hokusai.

“Cafe Terrace at Night” was painted in 1888 in Arles, France at, you guessed it, a coffee shop. Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” taking third place for top selling art this year is a staple in American decor. He also has a sixth place winner, “Branches of an Almond Tree.” Van Gogh’s spirit lives strong through his work. It’s almost hard to believe, the same three paintings were in the Top 10 for the previous year. He is undoubtedly still the most popular artist in the world.

The Top 10 list of art sold online in 2014 according to information provided by is as follows:

  1. 1. Cafe Terrace at Night by Vincent Van Gogh
  2. 2. Garden Path at Giverny by Claude Monet
  3. 3. Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh
  4. 4. The Kiss by Gustav Klimt
  5. 5. Discarded Roses by Pierre August Renoir
  6. 6. Branches of an Almond Tree by Vincent Van Gogh
  7. 7. Flaming June by Frederic Leighton
  8. 8. Cafe Concert by Edouard Manet
  9. 9. Dancers in Pink by Edgar Degas
  10. 10. The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai

The works in this year’s Top 10 list were produced in the years 1832-1907. Four of the Top 10 pieces are from France (Degas, Manet, Monet and Renoir). Three of the Top 10 pieces are from the Netherlands (Van Gogh). One piece is from England (Leighton) and one romantic piece, “The Kiss” is from Austria (Klimt). The last famous art piece on the list includes an incredible oil painting from Japan (Hokusai).

“The Great Wave off Kanagawa” made by Hokusai from 1830-1833 is done in the Japanese ukiyo-e style. This is one of the most famous pieces of Japanese art in the world and Hokusai is known for the woodblock print series about Mount Fuji that this piece is a part of. You can see Mount Fuji in the background of the print. That series was done in response to the domestic travel boom of his time.

 Every year, online art buyers anxiously await the release of the Top 10 list from Designers look to’s trends to see what is appealing to their customers and other decor enthusiasts. It seems like the ‘it’ colors within the paintings this year are predominantly blues and golds. This list is a solid indicator for art buyers of current market trends in the art world.

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Shannon is an abstract artist, writer, public speaker and yoga teacher. Shannon studied classical and contemporary theater at Fordham University in Manhattan, The London Dramatic Academy and New York University\'s acting conservatory. her love FOR arts IS met BY her love FOR health AND nature so she went ON TO get a degree IN environmental studies at the university OF north Carolina. she writes AND teaches FROM the lens OF cultural anthropology TO bring about social change IN ways that help uplift people AND help encourage sustainable healthy living.