63.6% of their art buyers were females
New York, New York (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Women are more likely to purchase a painting than men. In the 2nd half of 2012, CanvasPaintings.com completed a report based on their 2nd half sales. Report concluded 63.6% of art buyers were females. Meanwhile, 36.4% of paintings sold were to men.
In a measuring contest, 73% of men had purchased a painting on canvas that was larger than 24" x 20". Women on the other hand were more even at 52% of paintings sold were larger than 24" x 20".
The average woman spent $273.24 per order, while men spent $247.91.
Founded in 2007 and over 50,000 customers, CanvasPaintings.com is the largest art gallery for exclusive original hand-painted wall art. The collections range from famous art reproductions, landscapes and cityscapes, to modern and our most popular abstract pieces – each hand-painted (oil on canvas) by one of the more than 50 talented artists employed by the company.
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