To buy fine art, first educate yourself by visiting local galleries and finding artists with good reviews. Find artwork by the artists you researched, and choose a few that you like. Ask for the prices of the pieces you ... More »

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Fine art prints are available for purchase from resources such as Zazzle, Gallery Direct and Art.com. Etsy is another resource for fine art prints in a variety of media. More »

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Three examples of fine arts are painting, sculpture and drawing, and three examples of practical arts are needlework, woodwork and pottery. Where fine arts are created primarily for aesthetic purposes, practical arts hav... More »

The main difference in fine art and applied art is that fine art is intended to create beauty and pleasure in looking while applied art is intended to be an aesthetic approach to performing a specific duty. Fine arts are... More »

To find the names of fine artists, tour art galleries or search artist databases such as Signature Finder. Art galleries and museums typically display the name of the artist on a placard next to each piece. Artist databa... More »

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Famous galleries that display abstract art include the New Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Galleries in other cities include the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and ... More »

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Many artists price their art relative to the expenses that go into the art. These expenses include materials, time and labor, commissions levied by the art gallery selling the work, and miscellaneous other costs. More »

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