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Amazon Launches Online Art Store with 40,000 Fine Artworks from 150 Galleries

Amazon has just launched an online marketplace for art lovers called 'Amazon Art' having more than 40,000 pieces of fine artworks from over 150 galleries and dealers. A wide range of artwork of more than 4,500 artists will be showcased initially in this art store.

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Amazon Launches Online Art Store with 40,000 Fine Artworks from 150 Galleries

Amazon Launches Online Art Store with 40,000 Fine Artworks and 150 Galleries

Amazon opens the world of art for everyone by announcing today to launch an online marketplace with largest collections of original and limited edition fine artworks. Amazon Art store is introduced with the work of more than 4,500 artists initially. Art lovers can access directly to more than 40,000 works of fine art from over 150 galleries and dealers.

This all new art store has many new easy search and discovery tools that will help customers to get all desired information about the high quality artwork they want to purchase. The users can easily browse through galleries to find great collections of photos, paintings, prints and many other art works. A broad variety of artworks is showcased that includes Folk Art, Impressionism, Modern Art and many others. The new gallery experience is available in all sizes and prices.

Amazon Art store offers galleries of all sizes of artwork from across the US including 'Paddle8 in New York, Holden Luntz in Miami, McLoughlin Gallery in San Francisco, Modernbook in San Francisco and Catherine Person Gallery in Seattle.' It also includes high-end galleries located in the UK, the Netherlands and Canada. Users can search for specific artwork with many different parameters like color, size, subject and price.

Customers can buy any price of artwork from the largest online collection present on Amazon Art marketplace. Famous and expensive artwork of noted artists and like Norman Rockwell’s “Willie Gillis: Package from Home” for $4.85 million and historic artwork from Claude Monet including, “L'Enfant a la tasse, portrait de Jean Monet” for $1.45 million. On the other hand, art lovers  can also buy less expensive but noted fine art work of Andy Warhol’s “Sachiko” for $45,000 and interesting photographs from Clifford Ross starting at $200. Artists can also sell their fine art work by just simply filling this form.

Amazon Marketplace VP, Peter Faricy, said, “We are excited to bring one of the largest selections of fine art direct from galleries to our customers. Amazon Art gives galleries a way to bring their passion and expertise about the artists they represent to our millions of customers. We’re thrilled to bring the excitement and emotional connection of art to our customers.”

 

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