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At, we’re excited to offer original art from talented artists. If you’re looking to buy affordable art online from inspirational independent artists, we can help you find an artwork you’ll love at a price you can afford.

Bestselling artists

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Emma Cownie

Emma Cownie is a very accomplished self-taught artist who loves reflecting the beauty of the world around us in her colourful and exquisitely executed paintings.

Eraclis Aristidou

After a career in design, Eraclis is now a full-time artist and has developed a very dramatic and distinctive style, particularly specialising in colourful, abstract cityscapes.

Customer feedback

PO from LONDON, who bought 2069 by Spencer John Derry
"A vibrant background that sets off the silhouettes .
CB from Crawley, who bought Elephant sunset by Lee Proctor
"A fun painting that has made a little girl happy. She smiles evry time that she sees this.
CB from Crawley, who bought Woody by Lee Proctor

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Premier artists

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Jonathan Pitts

Will Smith

A range of London landscapes, beach scenes and abstracts - impressionistic, surreal, an eclectic mix of art - recently exhibited with us at the Knapp Gallery

Latest news

  • Get Free Art Gift Vouchers this Weekend

    Buy art between Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year and we'll send you free gift vouchers valid for a whole year! Special offer lasts until midnight of Monday 30, November.
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  • Famous Art Saved From Destruction

    This November we keep the theme of Guy Fawkes’ Night running as we look back at some key pieces of art that were so close to being destroyed.   Whenever a revolutionary piece of art comes along, there’s always a bit of turbulence. Marcel Duchamp’s famous urinal was not only urinated on by a performance artist but almost smashed to bits by a hammer several years later … by the same artist!   One of Rembrandt’s most famous paintings, Danae, narrowly avoided melt-down whilst it was on display in the 1980’s.
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    Moving art for Remembrance Sunday 2015

    After the breathtakingly beautiful poppy display by Paul Cummins and Tom Piper at the Tower of London last year, more art is being made for Remembrance Sunday than ever. Once again, art becomes a way of expressing poignancy in all manner of styles and forms. In the spirit of sharing art to commemorate the occasion, we have found that many of our own gallery members have produced works of art featuring poppies.   Jean Tatton’s piece, ‘Remembrance’, is a bold painting that demands the attention of the room.
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    5 Famous Paintings With Hidden Meanings

    After ‘The Da Vinci Code’ became a best-selling phenomenon, conspiracy theorists and historians the world over joined as one to study the art world looking for secrets. With a helping hand from the internet, a huge number of attention-grabbing theories about famous paintings have risen to prominence ever since. There has, of course, been a huge number of crackpot philosophies, which the more rationale minded of us have rightly debunked. That said, not all theories about secret messages in art are crazy – far from it, in fact.
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