By this I mean sites such as absolutearts, Fine Art America, and
similar. As all art, they tend emphasize, more or less,
contemporary. Here are some links of five that I currently use.
"Online Art Gallery Premier online art galleries for artists
and art lovers"...
This site has quite a nice first page, real art...
They offer "Browse By Medium"...
|Collage and Montage
"View Artist Blog"...
(I couldn't quite figure what I was getting, but they all seemed to run
together on a main page, and what I say was non-english...)
A big problem seemed to be lack of image sizes better than medium-level
thumbnails. I had to look otherwise (e.g., online search) to get
| frederiqueK –
Krzis-lorent frederique; I went here to find an image larger than
is a marketplace and community of fine
artists and dealers."... peruse the offerings of over 4,000 artists
from around the world.
This site shows a lot of "established" painters on the main page, and
is heavy into advertising. They have a somewhatwide search site...
The main page shows nicely if you allow flash (which I normally do
not), and lists a "multi-level browsing..." menu set. Individual
artist pages also seem to use flash to show well. It seemed
sometimes difficult to find artist info, without going separately to
online search of an artist name.
Here is an example of searching for landscapes...
|"Autumn colours"; Sergio Zampieri
"Autumn colours" Sergio Zampieri Original Paintings - US $690.00
A few others...
|PicassoMio; "PICASSOMIO.com: Buy
original fine art - paintings,
There first page is sort of minimal, and they are heavy into
contemporary, but they show some good paintings.
Here is my own page...
I thought I might as well put in some of my own stuff.
Here is some other PicassoMio...