Find Your Perfect Artwork Online With Artsper

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Find Your Perfect Artwork Online With Artsper

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Trolleys, 2007. By Banksy
Trolleys, 2007. By Banksy
Martine, Yolande, Nine, 2014. By Cécile Colombo
Martine, Yolande, Nine, 2014. By Cécile Colombo
White Hart Lane, 1964. By Gerry Cranham
White Hart Lane, 1964. By Gerry Cranham
Vanité Papillons, 2010. By Philippe Pasqua
Vanité Papillons, 2010. By Philippe Pasqua
Lulu, 1982. By Tom Wesselmann
Lulu, 1982. By Tom Wesselmann
Browse contemporary artworks on artsper.com
Browse contemporary artworks on artsper.com

The London arts environment can be a bit daunting, especially if you're interested in starting your own collection. So why not try Artsper?

This online platform for collecting art launches in London, after growing in popularity over the last 20 months in France. Aiming to reduce barriers between art lovers and quality contemporary art, Artsper offers works starting from just £300.

You can set search terms based on a specific artwork, artist or gallery or browse based on the medium, theme, price and even your favourite tint. Among the international artists featured you'll find Gregos, Liu Bolin, Geneviève Claisse and Frank Horvat — plus loads of fresh new talent. Every artist has their own artistic practice explained, as well as every artwork.

A trusted team of experts choose which galleries appear on the website and review all artworks proposed by the same galleries before putting them on sale. That's why prices on Artsper are exactly the same as if you'd buy the artwork from the gallery itself. And if you're not happy with the price stated, you can make an offer yourself.

Any doubts? Check out the Collecting sections: here you'll find inspirational ideas on how to start or enrich your collection and possible themes to arrange it. If you're looking for expert advice, you can also chat directly with an art advisor while browsing the website.

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Last Updated 23 January 2015