by Mariana Szulman£ 340
Londonart.co.uk is the UK's largest online gallery with a huge collection of contemporary art from around the world.
Founded in 1997, we represent over 2000 selected artists. Our wide variety of styles and genres can match any taste or budget. And with a range of services to help you make the right choice, we could not make buying art any simpler.
Either pay the asking price or use our make an offer facility - for any of 50,000 or so original works.
You can browse our galleries by artist or type of work. We provide sections on abstraction, figurative, still lives, sculpture, drawing, craft and digital art, as well as the many themed exhibitions we curate weekly.
640 figurative artists
570 abstract artists
470 landscape artists
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Ice Island, 2008
by Ali Shokri£ 910
Every week londonart.co.uk highlights one artist from our online art collection that our specialist team of selectors feel warrants additional attention and recognition. Click on Artist of the Week to find out more.
Artist of the week archive
The Bather, 2015
by Anthony Barrow£ 1610
Twice a week, Londonart's online gallery panel pick out one piece of artwork from over 50,000 artworks that are displayed in our online art galleries. Today the panel has chosen a work that, in its judgement, is distinguished both technically and aesthetically, and is our recommended investor's choice.
Red Iris, 2006
by Dan Green£ 1000
Art Consultancy - we can curate art in any space: home, office or commercial and with over 2000 artists to choose from we have more choice than any other art company.
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a hind, 2015
by Pol Ledent£ 460
"Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness!"
Autumn is something that has inspired poets, composers and visual artists since the mists of time....
How visual artists actually do it is almost alchemical. Landscapes are shrouded, shadows are lengthened and colours are saturated. Lucy Winterson uses pigment, sand and acrylic to arrive at her misty composites; Paul Lane paints digitally, Sturla Strand employs photography and Stella Dunkley & Diane Griffiths use acrylics. But in the main, the artists shown love to use oils for conjuring the gradations of colour that evoke the nostalgic haze that we associate with Autumn in the British Isles.
Eternal Sunshine, 2014
by Roger Colson£ 2200
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Red Hat, 2010
by Kelly-Anne Davitt£ 4370
Commission a portrait by one of our many talented Portrait Artists.
to view our extensive collection of portraiture, created by Londonart's exceptional portrait artists working in a diversity of mediums and styles. Whether you intend to commission a portrait of yourself, a member of your family or a friend, or on behalf of an organisation, we will mediate with your selected artist and arrange all of the finer details.
canvas lights 2, 2002
by Caireen Harrison£ 160
Emile Zola said, 'The artist is nothing without the gift, but the gift is nothing without work,' so here is a selection of artworks on offer from 50 to 280 that show giving art as a gift can suit any pocket.
Alternatively, londonart gift vouchers make an ideal present for friends and loved ones. They are available at any value and can be used as part of a purchase or to commission a portrait painting. Also included with our vouchers is an art of love catalogue, which usually retails at 10. Contact us to order a voucher or find out more.
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