Jacqueline von Tesmar
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What's a good app for buying art?

Do you know of any good apps that make buying art pieces for your home easy?
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    Shop Updates by Etsy

    Shoppable photos to reach buyers on social and on Etsy

    Kate
    Kate53Head of Social @ GitHub · Written
    I love this Etsy feature because if you come across a photo with artwork that you like, boom, you can buy it! It's basically magic ✨
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    ArtCorgi

    Commission personalized art

    Ryan Hoover
    Ryan Hoover84Founder, Product Hunt · Written
    ArtCorgi, a 500 Startups company, makes original, personalized art. You can choose from dozens (hundreds now?) artists with different styles from cartoon illustrations to life-like paintings. It's great for companies that want to custom decorate their office (we've used it at Product Hunt) and special occasions like a birthday, wedding, etc.
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    Artsy

    Pandora for fine art (iOS and web)

    Great online resource to learn about and buy art. (Buy here: https://www.artsy.net/collect)
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    Probably the best place to buy real art online. There are the most famous galleries offering their master pieces from drafts of Picasso, Andy Warhol up to artists unknown to me. It is by far the best (and to my knowledge only app) to buy and invest in real art, if you do not want to go to auctions (online or at Sothebys or Christies. Btw, the app was founded by the wife's of some super rich guys, so they can shop around (no joke)
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    • Gateway Gallery
      Gateway GalleryI run an independant gallery

      If you are selling something other than wall decoration (i.e. fine art) and you are not based in the USA, from my experience you are just going to pour your money and time away without seeing any benefit. You have to add work every day - only recent uploads ever shown Really slow to add work They have a scetion for CV and try to dissuade you from adding bio details ?!! I was on this site for a year, uploaded regularly, put on line shows up and had an ROI of zero. If you are contemplating spending the money and are not a large gallery in the US selling 'commercial work' I think you might find this a shockingly expensive mistake

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    ARTO Gallery

    The newest way to discover and buy art you love

    John Ababseh
    John Ababseh10Epiphany Enthusiast · Written
    They got a wide array of art work to choose from and art work gets recommended the more you use the app!
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    Vango

    Mobile marketplace for discovering original artwork

    Ethan James Appleby
    Ethan James ApplebyVango Founder, Kiter, US History Buff · Written
    Ethan James Appleby made this product
    Vango has an amazing selection of emerging artists, live art consultants you can talk to and a cool visualization feature.
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