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5 places to sell art online
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5 places to sell art online

For a long time no one is surprised by the sale of goods and services on the Internet. Here you can buy and sell almost everything. And works of art are also no exception.

5 places to sell art online

For a long time no one is surprised by the sale of goods and services on the Internet. Here you can buy and sell almost everything. And works of art are also no exception.

It is an ever-growing market that neither buyers nor sellers overlook. Sale of paintings on the Internet begins with finding the most appropriate platform for this purpose on the net. Each of them has its own specifics, its own ways of promoting the work, and its own audience. How to find the most suitable online platform for you?

To opt for one of them, do a little research.
Of course, you can work with several platforms at once. But you need to do this wisely, not forgetting to keep records of what works you have placed on certain sites, and at what price.
We have compiled the top 5 online galleries of contemporary art, whose curators and experts know well how to sell paintings on the Internet.

Saatchi Art is the world’s largest online gallery with a huge collection of works. Its roots go back to the pre-Internet era, when in 1985 in London Charles Saatchi opened a gallery of modern art. Today, 65,000 artists from all over the world collaborate with the online gallery. The company not only sells art objects, but also actively promotes the work of artists, organizes art fairs. Each artist can create a personal page on this platform and put up to 20 of his works there.

Artspace – this site will interest not only artists and collectors, but also just lovers of contemporary art. It contains interesting articles, regularly getting acquainted with which, you can become an enlightened connoisseur of beauty. This resource presents different genres – painting, drawing, decorative and applied arts.

Artfinder is a gallery based in London in 2013. Here you can also find everything your heart desires – from painting and sculpture to digital art and collage, and prices start at a very affordable $ 25. This gallery has an interesting site where it focuses on drawing attention to artists.

Atsy is a large gallery that can even be called an encyclopedia of modern art. Their strong point is the sale of paintings by famous artists – Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, but the site does not neglect the works of not-so-famous masters. The peculiarity of this gallery is that it does not charge a commission for the sale of art objects, but an artist who intends to cooperate with it needs to buy a subscription.

Jose Art Gallery is an online gallery that is convenient for artists in that it allows them to create their own online gallery on this site, and in addition to their works, post articles about their art there, announce upcoming exhibitions and other events of their creative life. It is possible to register on the site for free, the gallery experts are engaged in the promotion of the artist. The resource is available in English, Russian and Chinese.

This, of course, is not a complete list of platforms for the sale of paintings on the Internet, but we are confident that for those who are beginning to use the opportunities of the world wide web to promote their art, familiarity with these sites will be useful.

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