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  1. The good news? There's plenty of terrific painting, prints, and more available if you know where to look. While artwork sales once revolved mostly around high-profile auctions and blue-chip gallery sales (many of which are shrouded in secrecy), the internet era has ushered in a slew of online retailers looking to create this ever-growing market accessible to a wider range of buyers--including broke apartment dwellers. With many options to choose from, our top picks have rounded up based on your own art preference and amassing style. Read on to discover the best places to buy affordable art online and bring some excitement to your walls. 1. Virtosu Art Gallery Fantastic for: Corporate Art and Art Collectors Born from a successful art business, Virtosu Art Gallery is now a network of over 40 galleries with an collectors base. Its Fine Art Devision, like the galleries, specializes in limited-edition works from artists. Prints by greats like Klimt, Kandinski, Picasso, and Mondrian. Virtosuart.com offeres numerous framing options for prices starting around $140 for open editions and starting $400 for restricted. Original paintings beginning $. 2. Society6 Perfect for: Decoration For people who prefer to swap out their art on a regular basis, Society6's assorted collection of whimsical, prints that are affordable is a fantastic bet. Which means that your gallery wall is limitless, everything from cheeky sayings to watercolor florals, nature scenes, and abstracts can be had for as little as $20. 3. Artfinder Perfect for: The Discoverer Founded in London in 2013 by a art enthusiast who had worked at the New York art world, Artfinder is an online marketplace for artwork from around the planet. Prices begin at $25, and the site has dedicated services for designers. 4. SaatchiArt Perfect for: Amateurs SaatchiArt boasts an impressive selection of artwork at accessible prices. Original works, which include collage, photography, painting, and sculpture, begin at $200, and limited-edition prints at $95. The site also runs a art advisory service, where a team of curators will build a collection for you according to your preference or space.

  2. 5. Paper Collective Fantastic for: The Philanthropist Copenhagen-based e-tailer Paper Collective sells artworks . The company collaborates with artists, designers, and illustrators to make cards, posters, prints, and accessories that are certified with a seal from the government. In addition to that, 10 percent of the sale proceeds for every work belongs to a charity of buy art online the artist's choosing. Now that's art that is great! 6. Minted Minted takes a approach with photography, prints, and drawings sourced from independent makers worldwide, to its art offerings. Artists have their own landing pages with bios and links and Minted's crowdsourcing model allows emerging artists to find a platform. The website will begin offering art this summer. 7. AHA Perfect for: The Street Art Enthusiast AHA prints and ships all the bits it sells, so artists (who hail from 45 countries) just have to upload their picture files, which makes it easy for emerging and experimental artists to earn commissions. 8. Tappan Collective Fantastic for: The Historical Supporter Founded in 2012 by Chelsea Neman and Jordan Klein, by linking them Tappan intends to nurture artists. This support extends beyond the internet Tappan has curated many exhibitions of its artists in spaces that are assorted throughout Los Angeles. On the website you'll find everything to paintings up of $10,000 from handmade ceramics for approximately $100.