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5 Websites To Buy Unique Fine Art Online

Whether you’re looking for design inspiration, digital art to spruce up your website, or a contemporary piece to complement your interior design, you’ll find no shortage of options online.  The following are five websites to turn to for artwork from both established and emerging names, in a variety of different formats. Some of them also function as fine art marketplaces, allowing you to display and sell your own art.

Eyestorm

If you’re looking for an exciting gateway into the world of contemporary art, Eyestorm fits the bill. They offer strictly limited editions of art by both emerging and established artists. Big names featured on the site include Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons, but you’ll find painting, sculpture, and drawings from up-and-coming talents as well.

Yessy

An online marketplace where you can buy and sell art online, Yessy.com groups work into numerous categories. You can browse through categories including computer art and glass work, or search through the extensive collection by artist. This is also a promising marketplace for artists and designers who wish to sell their work.

The Working Proof

Offering a side of social responsibility with its fine art, The Working Proof donates 15% of each sale to a charity chosen by the artist. New limited-edition prints are released once a week, for a lively and thoughtful online art gallery experience. Charities range from the Farm Sanctuary to the Bowery Mission, and each print is created by a talented emerging artist.

Society6

Incorporate original artwork into your home design by browsing through Society6’s slick website. If you find a piece you like, you can order it in a variety of formats, from iPhone cases to pillows. For those who prefer a more traditional way to sell fine art, art prints are also available, as are digital images.

Etsy

You’ll find the good, the bad, and the ugly on the homemade marketplace of Etsy.com. There are thousands of talented artists selling their homemade crafts and fine art pieces here, but you may have to sift through some more amateur attempts to find them. If you’re willing to spend some time searching, you can find some true gems.

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