Hand Painted Oil Paintings Offered at a Fraction of Gallery Prices, How Do They Do It?

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OverstockArt.com explains how a handmade work of art costs thousands of dollars in a local art gallery, and is being offered at such a significant discount in an online art gallery.

Rather then hanging a poster on a wall, art enthusiast can now own a carefully hand-painted reproduction painting of great modern art masters.

A Reproduced Cezanne, Kandinsky or Monet usually costs thousands of dollars in local brick and mortar galleries, far beyond the budget of most art lovers. However, OverstockArt.com offers replicas of the priceless originals for as little as $70 through their extensive online gallery.

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“We have slashed down prices by alleviating the high costs of running and manning a high-dollar art gallery” says David Sasson, President of OverstockArt.com. “This enabled us to shift our attention to the consumer and the quality of our oil paintings.”

“We have put together an ensemble of artists that specialize in replicating various famous paintings,” says Dawn Kail, Director of Style. “OverstockArt.com commissions these artists to study and do the meticulous work of recreating a masterpiece by hand several times over. This reduces the cost dramatically and we never compromise when it comes to quality.”

OverstockArt.com was founded by David Sasson, an art lover who believes that art should be celebrated as a part of everyday life. Mr. Sasson rejects the idea that art should only be found in museums and the private collections of the wealthy.

“We spend a great deal of effort, making sure that the art we supply our customers is done at the highest levels of materials and craftsmanship,” Kail says. “The level of talent the artists demonstrate is unsurpassed as all of the artists go through a rigorous selection process and most have trained at top Universities and Art Schools.”

From a customer stand point there are some amazing benefits to looking for art online. The selection is much broader, the price is much lower, and it is so much easier to brows through the different paintings before choosing the perfect one. In addition, online art galleries can show a customer how the art will look on different wall colors and with a variety of frames. It is amazing how technology is affecting people’s lives even in areas that are so traditional and personal.

David Sasson and Dawn Kail are available for Interview.


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