The 8 Best Places to Buy Art Online (2022)

Even once the rest of your home is fully furnished, finding wall art you love for a gallery wall (or to shine on its own) at a price you can afford is oftentimes one of the hardest decorating challenges. We scoured the internet and found the best places to buy art based on art styles and mediums available. We also took into account the price of both prints and originals and the increased cost of adding a frame to those artworks.

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Our top choice is Minted, a marketplace that features artists from more than 100 countries. With prices starting at $28 for a small print, you're bound to find something affordable that will spark joy and blend in well with your home decor style.

Below, the best places to buy art online and tips on mastering the art buying process.

Our Top Picks

Best Overall: Minted

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Who it's for: People who want multiple options to customize their art with a frame.
Who it isn't: Collectors looking for original photography or paints, rather than prints.

Particularly popular among Real Simple's editors, Minted is one of our favorite sources to buy art online from a variety of independent artists. The site has lots of filters to help you find what you're looking for—although you can just browse, as well. You can shop by mediums, including paintings, drawings, and photography. You can also sort by style, including abstract, landscape and portraits. There's also a part of the site that allows you to shop by the room in your house, with curated collections that the Minted team believes would look best in your living room, bedroom, dining room, and even bathroom.

You can buy a piece of art on Minted with or without a frame. Unlike some other sites that sell art, you can customize your borders and matting as well as the color of your frame. Doing this will add an extra $100 to your order, but it saves you time making a trip to your local arts and crafts store for a custom frame job.

Product Details:

  • Return Window: Handled on a case-by-case basis.
  • Free Shipping: No
  • Payment Options: Credit card and PayPal. No financing options are available.

Best for Originals: Saatchi Art

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Who it's for: People looking to start or grow an art collection of original artwork.
Who it isn't for: People who are looking for inexpensive prints.

Saatchi Art is a great place to shop for original art. You'll find original paintings, drawings, photography, and even sculptures. The site allows you to search these mediums by style, subject, and materials used to make the art piece. Paintings include fine art, abstract, and modern as well as less common styles such as pop art and street art. Meanwhile, photography styles available include portraiture, abstract, conceptual, and more. Original paintings, drawings, and photography start at $135, while sculptures start at $140.

There is a more affordable section of the site that does curate originals that are also available in prints, with prices starting at $40. The price of the original is also listed next to the print, so if you find a piece of art that you are in love with, you can consider whether it's worth it to splurge on the original. You have the option for your order to include a frame, with the option to customize your frame by color.

Product Details:

  • Return Window: Return requests must be submitted seven days from the delivery date for original artwork and 30 days for edition prints.
  • Free Shipping: Only if you buy original artwork.
  • Payment Options: Financing is available with Affirm.

Most Affordable: Etsy

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Who it's for: People who want to shop different artists, styles, and price points all in one place.
Who it isn't: People who don't want to spend a lot of time searching and scrolling to find what they want.

With its large inventory of artists and creators, you're bound to find some incredible, one-of-a-kind pieces of art on Etsy. The site is a great place for people who know exactly what they want and are willing to put in some serious searching scrolling time to get there. If you aren't exactly sure what you're looking for, the site gives you helpful filters to sort through its vast array of art pieces, including prints, photography, paintings, illustration, and sculpture. There is also a section dedicated to glass art, fiber arts, mixed media, and even dolls and miniatures.

Prices vary greatly by vendor, but you can narrow down your search by a range of price points. Etsy is pretty affordable and you can easily find 8 x 10-inch prints for as little as $20. Keep in mind that Etsy is basically the eBay for arts and crafts, so each seller has its own policies regarding returns. Read the shop's policy, seller reviews, and be mindful of the location of the artist before you buy (there are a lot of international sellers on Etsy).

Product Details:

  • Return Window: Varies by seller.
  • Free Shipping: Varies by seller.
  • Payment Options: Financing available with Klarna.

Greatest Options: Society6

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Who it's for: People who would like to be able to buy multiple prints or home goods from the same artist.
Who it isn't for: People who want the option of having free returns if an item doesn't work out.

Society6 is a choice platform for independent artists to sell their work, so you'll have plenty of options at your fingertips with this art website. More than 450,000 artists from 170-plus countries sell their art here, including prints, posters, tapestries, murals, and so much more. Wall art can be searched framed or unframed. Compared to other art websites, Society6 offers a variety of frame options to choose from, including recessed frames, floating acrylic frames, frames for small pieces of art and canvas prints.

What's also great about Society6 is that it caters to people who need a little guidance for finding what they want. You can locate art by theme, with options including landscape, travel, animals, food, for kids, funny, and more. You can also easily browse an artist's catalog of work, which is a great option if you're looking to create a cohesive art story in your home. The site offers paintings, photography, illustration, and a big home decor section where you'll find artistic pillows, curtains, and area rugs, to name a few.

Product Details:

  • Return Window: Return requests need to be submitted 60 days after your order's delivery date.
  • Free Shipping: No
  • Payment Options: Financing available with Klarna.

Best Splurge: Anthropologie

Who it's for: People who are looking for pre-framed art work that's in line with current decor trends.
Who it isn't for: Collectors hoping to support independent artists with direct commissions.

Anthropologie's selection of art is just as chic and carefully curated as its fashion offerings. Although a small selection, Anthropology's art department offers popular art styles, including abstract, portraits, landscape, and still life. The brand particularly has an abundance of artwork that depicts flora and fauna, with artwork featuring animals, natural scenery, and plants and flowers in and outdoors.

The site also has an excellent selection of pre-framed artwork. This is great for someone who doesn't want to buy a frame separately or to go through the decision-making process involved with custom framing. The included framing, which ranges from textured gold to rustic wood trim, complements the artwork so beautifully that it looks like it was assessed and selected by a professional. Because of this, you can expect to pay more than what you'd see on other art websites.

Product Details:

  • Return Window: Returns accepted 60 days after order date.
  • Free Shipping: Only on orders that are $50 or more.
  • Payment Options: Financing available with Afterpay.

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Best for the Classics: Art.com

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Who it's for: People who want prints from famous artists such as Frida Kahlo, Henri Matisse, or Norman Rockwell.
Who it isn't for: People who are more interested in buying from current, independent artists.

If you're wanting to fill your walls with works from the greats, including Picasso, Van Gogh, Dali, Warhol, Rothko, and more, turn to Art.com. The site sells works from these masters as well as hundreds of other iconic paintings including "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" by Hokusai, "The Japanese Footbridge" by Claude Monet, and the "The Kiss, 1907-08" by Gustav Klimt. There is also a robust photography section that sells equally iconic photographs, ranging from Ansel Adams' famous National Parks photography and photos from the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Art.com also allows you to add frames to your order and, depending on the chosen artwork, it may also be available in canvas. If you aren't sure exactly what you want, the site offers plenty of helpful filters, narrowing down their collection by artist name, art movement, trends, subjects, and more.

Product Details:

  • Return Window: Returns are accepted within 45 days after the order is shipped out from the warehouse.
  • Free Shipping: Yes
  • Payment Options: Financing available with Affirm.

Best for Photography: Lumas

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Who it's for: People who want a large selection of photographic art to choose from.
Who it isn't for: People who want more customization options when it comes to framing.

Calling all fans of photography! You don't want to miss Lumas, an online marketplace for art photography. The brand boasts more than 3,000 pieces of photography from 250 artists from around the world, including both established names and up-and-comers. From overhead beach photography snapped from helicopters to nature prints and portraits, there are options here for every style. You can search Lumas' vast collection by photography type, including animal, celebrities, still life, abstract, conceptual photography, and more.

Unlike other art websites, you aren't given a lot of freedom in terms of customizing a frame, should you want to add one. However, you are given the unique option to frame it the way the artist or curator recommends based on the piece itself. This option comes with a cost, upwards of a couple hundred extra dollars, so it might be worth it just to have the photos framed yourself if you want a particular style. Prices are generally $100 and up, but you can find unframed prints for less than $40.

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Product Details:

  • Return Window: 30 days
  • Free Shipping: No
  • Payment Options: Financing available with Klarna.

Most Quirky: Urban Outfitters

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Who it's for: People looking for contemporary art, especially ones that figures or characters from popular culture.
Who it isn't for: People looking for art that is printed on canvas, including paintings on canvas.

The art sold through Urban Outfitters has just as much personality as the brand itself. If you're looking for something funky, kitschy, vintage-inspired, and a lot of fun, you'll enjoy the clothing brand's collection of prints for purchase. Scroll through and you'll find everything from vintage band posters to colorful typography and Henri Matisse-inspired still lifes, with this version including cats. The brand also sells pop art of Mickey Mouse and there's an entire series dedicated to Star Wars.

The majority of art available are prints, whether that's a print of an illustration, painting, or photography. Some art comes with frames included, and compared to other websites, the prices aren't too bad. For an 18 x 24 inch print with a frame, you'll be able to pay as little as $39.

Product Details:

  • Return Window: Returns are accepted within 30 days of your order's delivery date.
  • Free Shipping: Only on orders that are $50 or more.
  • Payment Options: Financing available with Afterpay.

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How to Shop for Art

Size

Unless you are buying a piece of art that is already framed, or canvas artwork, try to stick to buying art with dimensions that are compatible with standard frame sizes. Standard frame sizes are as follows: 4 x 6, 5 x 7, 8 x 10, 11 x 14, 16 x 20, 20 x 24, and 24 x 36 inches. Buying a print that isn't one of these standard frame sizes will not only give you fewer frames to choose from, but the frames that are available may come at a higher price.

If your heart is set on a piece of art that you want to frame, but it falls outside of standard frame sizes, look for frame options before you buy so you know what you're getting into. Custom framing is always an option, but know that it is a very expensive venture. Basic, non-decorative custom framing jobs usually start at $100. Oftentimes, local art supply or craft stores do custom framing and advertise discounts on their website, or even on Groupon. If you'd rather not roll the dice on finding non-standard sized frames, some art websites give you the option of adding a frame for an additional cost. This will be more expensive, but it might not be as expensive as finding a non-standard frame size or going custom.

Final Verdict

Overall, we recommend shopping Minted if you're looking for new art. Minted offers affordable photography, painting, and illustration prints in a variety of artistic styles, including landscape and abstract, that will suit any home decor style. Plus, the options available for customizing your frame aren't common in other sites that sell art online.

Questions You Might Ask

How do I choose what kind of art is best for my home?

There are a number of factors to take into consideration when deciding what kind of art is best for your home. The first thing you should do is understand your artistic taste and how it can fit into the current style of your home. If your decor is minimalist or modern, an abstract piece of art, which focuses on bold shapes, lines, and colors, may work well in your home.

If your decor is quirky and kitschy, you may be more drawn to contemporary or pop art, which are reflective of the present day and oftentimes feature takes on pop culture. People with a more boho style home might gravitate toward art with flora and fauna. When in doubt, a great place to start is travel.

Art sites also offer plenty of filter options to help you figure out what you want. Some of these filters allow you to sort their collection by subject matter, art style, medium type, and even home decor style type.

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What is the difference between originals and prints?

Original artwork is produced manually by the artist, whereas prints are made from a machine. Originals are the more expensive of the two, by a landslide. Originals are usually hundreds or thousands of dollars, even if they aren't large pieces of art. You can expect to pay at least $200 for an original, but that is at the very low end. Originals usually run between $600 to $60,000, and oftentimes are even more than that. That is why print copies are a very popular, affordable alternative.

Artists know that everyone can't afford originals, so more often than not they make print copies of those originals and sell them for fractions of the original's price. Prints can be found for as little as $20. They are widely available and can be easily found on art websites, retail stores, and artists' websites. Sometimes, limited edition prints can be more expensive than prints available year-round, but they are still a lot less expensive than originals. If a piece of art is an original, it is usually specified.

Take Our Word for It

This article was written by Rachel Center, a product reviews home writer for Real Simple and an avid art collector for more than six years. She spent hours researching where to find the best places to buy art, ultimately choosing the websites on this list based on price as well as art style and mediums available.

FAQs

Where do people buy the most art? ›

In 2021, the United States, China, and the United Kingdom were the leading countries in the global art market, cumulatively holding 80 percent of total sales value. That year, while the U.S. generated the highest overall value of transactions, China retained the highest share of fine art auction revenue worldwide.

Where can I buy art directly from artists? ›

Where to Buy Cool and Affordable Artwork Online
  • Society6.
  • Saatchi Art.
  • Artfinder.
  • 1stDibs.
  • West Elm.
  • Spacey Studios.
  • Drool.
  • Rifle Paper Co.
22 Aug 2022

What is the largest art website? ›

DeviantArt - The Largest Online Art Gallery and Community.

How do I buy fine art? ›

  1. First, figure out what kind of art you like. ...
  2. Continue your research online. ...
  3. Try to see every piece you're considering in person. ...
  4. Set a budget—and be prepared to go over it. ...
  5. Beware of hidden costs. ...
  6. Talk to an appraiser or experienced collector about the price you're paying. ...
  7. If you're buying at auction, do a dry run.
6 Feb 2012

What art do people like buying? ›

The most popular art subjects have generic themes and include traditional landscape painting, local scenery, and local landmarks. Seascapes do well, as do animals and figurative work. Art buyers like paintings with a background and composed with a distinct focal point.

What kind of art are people buying right now? ›

Nevertheless, there was relatively little change among the most in-demand media at fairs on Artsy, with the five categories with the most inquirers holding steady from 2019 to 2020: paintings; prints; sculptures; drawings, collages, and other works on paper; and photographs.

How do I buy local art? ›

Exploring local art can be difficult if you are in a completely unfamiliar place.
...
That's why we've encompassed 7 easy ways to find local art no matter where you are.
  1. Find art online. ...
  2. Gallery Tours. ...
  3. Open Studios. ...
  4. Art Meet-Ups. ...
  5. Collectors Clubs. ...
  6. Local Art Universities. ...
  7. Local Art Fairs.
20 Aug 2018

Where can I buy art not on Etsy? ›

Also, buyers select a nonprofit in the checkout where they receive 10% donation for every sale.
  • Amazon Handmade. If Etsy has a lot of potential buyers, you can bet Amazon will have much more. ...
  • Zazzle. ...
  • ArtFire. ...
  • Big Cartel. ...
  • eCrater. ...
  • Society6. ...
  • Zibbet. ...
  • Shopify.

Is Saatchi art good for artists? ›

Artist using Saatchi Art: UK artist Elliot Minor gave us his take on using Saatchi Art: “For me, Saatchi Art has been a useful platform to sell work and it's definitely a great starting point for artists. If you don't have a personal website or any particular artistic presence online, i.e. Instagram, Facebook, etc.

What is the best app to sell art? ›

Artsy is the largest online art marketplace with more than 1 million artworks by over 100,000 artists. Collect art from galleries around the world, bid in live auctions from wherever you are, and sell works from your collection.

How do I price my art? ›

Pay yourself a reasonable hourly wage, add the cost of materials and make that your asking price. For example, if materials cost $50, you take 20 hours to make the art, and you pay yourself $20 an hour to make it, then you price the art at $450 ($20 X 20 hours + $50 cost of materials).

What is online art called? ›

Digital art, once called computer art or new media art, refers to art made using software, computers, or other electronic devices. Anything produced or made on digital media, such as animations, photographs, illustrations, videos, digital paintings, and such can be classified as digital art.

Do people buy art? ›

Love Art: Many people acquire artwork based on their artistic and emotional response to it. The fact that they feel good and sense a strong connection with a piece is reason enough to buy it. These collectors purchase art that they love, which speaks to them and is a visual expression of what they find meaningful.

What type of paintings sell best on Etsy? ›

Original Paintings – Original paintings will probably have the highest profit margin because they can be sold for more money than most other types of artwork.

How do artists buy art? ›

Tips On Buying Art Directly From The Artist
  1. You don't need to buy the art right away. Typically when purchasing art, you have the luxury of time. ...
  2. Always get the facts. ...
  3. Artists are often willing to negotiate. ...
  4. Obtain a signature and documentation. ...
  5. Inquire about materials and care tips. ...
  6. Stay connected.
17 Sept 2016

Do people buy art online? ›

The 2019 Hiscox Online Art Trade Report found that 29 percent of surveyed collectors younger than 35 said they preferred the online buying experience, just 1 percent less than buying in a physical space. By contrast, 10 percent of those older than 60 said they preferred buying art online.

Is art a good investment? ›

Art is a unique asset class with a low correlation to stocks, bonds and other traditional investments. When stock prices dip, art tends to hold its value. For investors looking to preserve their wealth during a volatile economy, art can also act as a hedge against inflation.

What kind of art is trending in 2022? ›

The company's findings show that the most popular art styles in 2022 are expected to be abstract (54%), followed by contemporary (48%) and modern (42%) while 48% of designers indicating they anticipate an increase in use of sculpture.

What type of art sells best 2022? ›

The Ten Art Trends to Look Out For in 2022 Are:
  1. Virtual Art Events. The trend for virtual art has seen an exponential boost from the Covid-19 pandemic. ...
  2. 3D Motion Graphic Design. ...
  3. Crypto Art. ...
  4. Street Art. ...
  5. Art Outdoors. ...
  6. Appreciation for Nature. ...
  7. Contemporary African Art. ...
  8. Neon At Home.
9 Nov 2021

What kind of art is selling in 2022? ›

Abstract, contemporary, and modern art are the most popular styles for interior design. Media like sculptures, paintings, photographs, prints, and drawings are also trendy this year.

Why do rich people buy art? ›

The pleasure of owning it

that it is a famous piece of work. Moreover, this art enriches their immediate environment, their homes, offices, or somewhere in between. They want places where they spend the most time to be aesthetically pleasing.

What color art sells best? ›

Red paintings sell best. Studies have shown that paintings with red, orange, and other warm colors sell for the most at auctions. Blue is a close second in terms of sales. Paintings with colors at the warm or cool end of the spectrum sell because these color extremes create a strong emotional response in the art buyer.

What size artwork sells best? ›

The most commonly preferred frames are 20″ x 24″,16″ x 20″ and 11″ x 14″. For posh galleries, exhibition areas and auditoriums the preferred size is generally 24″ x 36″ and 30″ x 40″.

Are people buying art in 2022? ›

Aggregate sales by dealers and auctioneers reached $65.1 billion, soaring by 29% from 2020, according to the 2022 Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report, written by the cultural economist and founder of Arts Economics, Dr.

What is today's art called? ›

Strictly speaking, the term "contemporary art" refers to art made and produced by artists living today. Today's artists work in and respond to a global environment that is culturally diverse, technologically advancing, and multifaceted.

Which website is best for art portfolio? ›

The 10 Best Portfolio Websites for Graphic Artists and Designers
  • Adobe Portfolio.
  • Carbonmade.
  • Squarespace.
  • Coroflot.
  • DeviantArt.
  • Crevado.
  • Dunked.
  • Brushd.
1 Mar 2022

How can I sell my art online? ›

Fineartamerica: A website where you can list and sell your fine artwork online. Society6: A site geared towards connecting buyers with sellers of unique artwork. Etsy: Sell all types of custom art, including original and digital art. Amazon: Sell wall art prints via Amazon or Amazon FBA.

Where can I display my art for free? ›

Thanks for Reading!
  • 1. Facebook Page & Groups. Facebook is the first network that comes to mind for promoting your art. Facebook is the largest social media platform with over 2 billion users and growing. ...
  • Instagram. ...
  • Wetcanvas Forums. ...
  • Reddit (Art Related Sub-Reddits) ...
  • Pinterest. ...
  • Deviant Art. ...
  • Your Website & Blog. ...
  • Steemit.
26 Oct 2017

What should you not include in an art portfolio? ›

More videos on YouTube
  • 1) Copying from photographs. ...
  • 2) No anime, manga, fan art, or drawings of celebrities. ...
  • 3) Poor quality photographs of the art itself. ...
  • 4) Blank backgrounds. ...
  • 5) Placing your subject dead center on the page. ...
  • 6) Don't rely on only yourself for feedback. ...
  • 7) Having unfinished pieces.
19 Aug 2013

What type of art sells best 2022? ›

The Ten Art Trends to Look Out For in 2022 Are:
  1. Virtual Art Events. The trend for virtual art has seen an exponential boost from the Covid-19 pandemic. ...
  2. 3D Motion Graphic Design. ...
  3. Crypto Art. ...
  4. Street Art. ...
  5. Art Outdoors. ...
  6. Appreciation for Nature. ...
  7. Contemporary African Art. ...
  8. Neon At Home.
9 Nov 2021

How do I price my art? ›

Pay yourself a reasonable hourly wage, add the cost of materials and make that your asking price. For example, if materials cost $50, you take 20 hours to make the art, and you pay yourself $20 an hour to make it, then you price the art at $450 ($20 X 20 hours + $50 cost of materials).

Is Saatchi art good for artists? ›

Artist using Saatchi Art: UK artist Elliot Minor gave us his take on using Saatchi Art: “For me, Saatchi Art has been a useful platform to sell work and it's definitely a great starting point for artists. If you don't have a personal website or any particular artistic presence online, i.e. Instagram, Facebook, etc.

How do I create NFT art? ›

7 steps to create and sell NFT art
  1. Decide on a concept. Before anything else, determine a concept for your art. ...
  2. Choose your blockchain. ...
  3. Set up a digital wallet. ...
  4. Select the right NFT marketplace for you. ...
  5. Promote your NFT. ...
  6. Upload and mint your art token. ...
  7. Price the token and list for sale.
22 Jun 2022

What app do people use to draw? ›

Top drawing apps to use
  • Krita. Krita is free, open-source software that works for Windows, Mac, and Linux users. ...
  • MediBang Paint Pro. ...
  • FireAlpaca. ...
  • Autodesk Sketchbook. ...
  • CorelDRAW. ...
  • Adobe Photoshop. ...
  • Procreate. ...
  • Blender.
3 Mar 2022

How do you make 3D art? ›

So, how do you create 3D art? 3D graphic design can be created using tools like Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Using modeling and rendering (learn more on this specific skill here), and by adjusting the image's lighting, shading, and rotation, designers can create an object within a three-dimensional space.

How do I create an online art gallery? ›

How To Create A Virtual Art Gallery
  1. 1.Select your artwork. Choose your most important pieces that are representative of your style and vision. ...
  2. Take high-quality photos of your artwork or upload high-resolution images of your virtual artwork. ...
  3. Select a website, software, or app. ...
  4. The art of marketing.

How many pieces do I need for an art show? ›

As a rule of thumb when creating a mixed exhibition of large, medium and small paintings I try to present between 24 and 30 artworks as a body of work, but the space you will be using for your exhibition, your concept style and how much time you have will all be a factor in how many works you actually need.

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