Newbloodart.com was founded in 2004. We are an online art gallery specialising in original artworks by early career artists.
Work by an artist at the beginning of their career is more affordable and has the potential to increase in value over time.
Being online enables us to keep our commission rates low and to offer you artwork for less than a physical gallery.
All of our artists have been carefully selected by art experts - so you can be sure of the quality of the work you are investing in.
Buy directly from the website and have your purchase delivered to work or home, or contact us to arrange a viewing at our Chiswick studio.
We have a 14 day money back guarantee so it is simple to return anything that is not perfect - however we usually find that our customers are delighted when their artwork arrives and they see it in the flesh for the first time.
Prices range from £50 to £5,000.
magazine calls NewBloodArt.com the "net-a-porter for your walls" and we think it is the perfect description! Newbloodart.com
sells work from artists who are studying or have recently graduated from art courses in the UK. The site is excellently designed and very easy to navigate, images of work are high quality and you can enlarge them for closer inspection. You can also view the art on colored backgrounds, a great tool to envisage what the picture would like in your own surroundings.
The artwork is priced from £50 - £3000, no matter what your budget, you are in for a treat.
ARTWORK PICTURED HERE:
• 11, 2008 by Lee Herring
• Bright Bath by Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf
• Four Brown Paper Bags by Richard Davidson
• 9 Pyramids #4 by Nathalie Chikhi
• Before a Bigger Splash by Matthew Lindop
This wonderful concept is the brainchild of Sarah Ryan, an art graduate herself, she had the idea to represent emerging artists through a user friendly site. Sarah saw a gap between consumers’ desire to own affordable artwork and the need of many artists to make a living from their work — "Many of my friends told me that they would love to own original pieces of art rather than the heavily duplicated images that they were being offered by most retailers, but that they found the art world daunting and expensive."
For more information see Newbloodart.com.
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