Sarah Coffey
Dec 3, 2009

It's like Etsy for fine art. Zatista is an online source that connects sellers (either artists or galleries) with web-saavy collectors. Their inventory includes lots of affordable original artworks, as well as some higher-end pieces in the mix.

We found the site somewhat difficult to navigate. Searching by media works well, but we couldn't locate a subject search (i.e. portraits, landscapes) or a function that sorts pieces by price. It may be that the newly launched site is still working out its kinks. One helpful feature is an art explorer that saves your preferences and, like Netflix, offers suggestions targeted to your taste.

Sample artworks and prices:

The Park, Silver Gelatin Print by Paolo Scalera, $150
II, Pen and Ink Drawing by Petra Simmons, $525
Unearth 4, Charcoal Drawing by Evgenia Fisher, $960
Untitled, Oil Painting by Lisa Caccioppoli, $2,200
Little Dinosaur, Watercolor by Susan Beauchemin, $120

Untitled 03-182-27, Archival Ink Jet Photograph by Jonathan Ball, $1,000
I Want My DJ, Silver Gelatin Photograph by Franceasca Seiden, $300
Little, Mixed Media by Molly Wortham, $500
Rooster and Guinea Fowl, Archival Ink Jet Photograph by Nina Fuller, $250
The Sled, Mixed Media by Will Barnet, $6,500

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