If you're not able to find a work of art you're looking for, you can create an "Art Wanted" ad to broadcast your interest to the rest of the community.
Once posted and approved, other users will be able to view your ad on the corresponding artist page as well as the ART WANTED page. Wanted ads are typically approved within 24 hours.
We strongly recommend reviewing BUYING ART and SELLING ART before posting or responding to an "Art Wanted" ad.
Note: Art Brokerage has 2 types of wanted ads: "Broker Requests" and "Community Requests". Replying to a "Broker Request" will prompt you to fill out a message form which is then submitted to our brokers. Replying to a "Community Request" will prompt you to enter a listing which is then forwarded to the Art Brokerage member who posted the wanted ad.
Keep track of your favorite listings by creating your own personal watchlist! To get started, click the icon on your favorite listings. You can access your WATCHLIST page at any time.
Click the icon to follow an artist & get notified when new works are listed! You can view new listings from the last 2 weeks and control which types of listings you receive email alerts for on your FOLLOWING page. Email notifications can be filtered by medium to narrow down the results to original paintings, prints, or sculptures only, etc.
We add thousands of new listings each month so this is a great way to keep track of your favorites!
SELLERS: Keep in mind that any time you list works from an artist with followers, an alert will be sent out. For example, every time a new Andy Warhol work is listed, 830+ Warhol followers receive an email notification. You can view the number of followers an artist has by visiting their artist page.
You can now save searches to quickly conduct complex search queries in the future. The saved search system will notify you via email when new listings meet any of your exist search criteria.
Our mission is to be the best secondary art marketplace in the world while maintaining your complete privacy and removing any risk or uncertainty from the process for you.