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Best websites for affordable art

At these sites you will find original paintings, drawings, photography, digital media, and wall coverings from artists and artisans from around the world.

Artoftheprint.com is a “treasure trove” of original paintings, drawings, and silk screens, as well as a “go-to” source for hand-colored botanical etchings and architectural sketches.

Zatista.com curates work from emerging painters, photographers, and digital-media artists in more than 20 countries. Prices start below $250, and the site offers refunds “if you don’t like a work” once it arrives.

Novica.com showcases folk-art paintings, “expertly woven” wall coverings and tapestries, and a variety of other affordable goods created by artists and artisans from around the world.

Aperture.org is the homepage of a New York City–based photography foundation co-created in the 1950s by Ansel Adams. The site offers a “stunning mix” of photographic prints in its “under $750” section.

Source: InStyle

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