Van Gogh on any wall is eye catching enough, but when this artist or the like covers the walls of a business then it brings an air of class to the firm. Obviously, the paintings are copies, but a message is shared with these and other selections. While the Limbourg Brothers and other stylized artists will not be found in every office the selection says that someone cares about quality and has a particular demeanor.
Yes, a story is told just as it is in the art on the walls. Banks have murals for a reason as do some theaters. The presence of artwork is a testimony to appreciation. The story shared exists in the painting and on the surface, as there is some explanation for a particular piece. The evidence of this lies in the fact that the walls, simply, are not bare. This is enough to say that the comforts are being shared with both the employees and guests of the organization. While Rembrant and other contemporaries are not always at the forefront of the usual persons focus it still seems logical to stimulate the mind with adept works of art.
A less traditional office can also use works of art that have modern themes, but it's not a requirement to have. So, make a selection in keeping with the office goals and accomplishments. For example, it might not be a good idea to have an image of a basketball star scoring a goal in the hairdressers' waiting room. Something that suits the environment is most likely the best to have in terms of the benefits it brings. A customer who questions the art pieces negatively might come to view the business entity in the same light.
Having a thought about the firm is the best possible way to get good results from buyers and patrons of the business. The idea is to never break the bank on art and to never challenge the customer with an outlandish piece. Conservative values play a role in this and as such will save time and money in the effort to decorate the walls of the firm.