The new store offers thousands of artworks ranging from originals, prints of originals sourced from established art galleries, renowned and gen-next artists from across the country
Includes certificate of authenticity for all original artwork
Mumbai, May 21, 2018: Further increasing selection for its customers and providing another avenue for artists across the country, Amazon.in today announced the launch of a dedicated store for Fine Arts. Hosting established art galleries from across the country, the store comprises of thousands of pieces of art including original paintings, prints of original artworks, mixed media art and more by renowned as well as upcoming artists.
The Fine Arts store on Amazon.in is a treat to novice enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike and features a large variety including original artworks, pencil work, prints of original artworks, acrylic on canvas, all at one place. The store hosts renowned and celebrated artists such as Akbar Padamsee, Satish Chauhan, Paritosh Sen, Tejinder Kanda, Mahesh Padia, Manoj Kanchangal, Narendra Pal Singh, SH Raza and A Ramachandran. Through this store, hundreds of new and upcoming artists can also make Amazon.in their preferred choice to get access to millions of dedicated customers from across the country. The wide range of artwork features limited edition prints starting from INR 3000 to original paintings of upwards of INR 10 lakh.
Commenting on the launch, Gopal Pillai, Director and GM, Seller Services, Amazon India, said, “It’s our constant endeavor to provide our customers with the largest possible selection across categories, even for niche categories such as Fine Arts. Moreover, we want to leverage our understanding of the customer and help artists associated with our partner art galleries to take their work directly to the customers. It’s very exciting for us to launch the Fine Arts store on Amazon.in that hosts authentic art collections from renowned as well as next-gen artists from across the country, all under one roof! With this launch, aficionados of art will have easy, quick and direct access to an exquisite range of artistic excellence.”
Renowned artist Narendra Pal Singh who has been awarded by All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society (AIFACS) said, “With customers shopping almost everything online these days, even a lot of art lovers are looking online to purchase art. This provides artists like us to also tap this online audience and widen our reach by leveraging a platform trusted by millions of customers.”
Upcoming artist Swaraj Das while sharing his views on this launch, said, “The Fine Arts store on Amazon solves one of the biggest challenges that upcoming artists face- a platform to showcase their art. With this store available now, I can dedicate my time in focusing on my work and save time and money by not worrying about how to reach customers.”
Sharing her views on the launch, Mrs. Mannu Dosaj, Founder of Gallerie Alternatives, said, “I think it’s very important to showcase Indian art on one of the largest online marketplaces like Amazon. It’s not just an additional platform for established artists to expand their reach but also a great opportunity for next-gen artists to tap a large customer base on Amazon to showcase their art forms.”
The Fine Arts store on Amazon.in is one of the largest collections of original and limited edition artwork available in India. The new store has easy-to-use discovery features to help customers locate the art form of their choice and offers detailed information about the selection and artists. Customers can explore artwork from galleries like Delhi based Vadehra Art Gallery and Art Indus; Gallerie Alternatives from Gurgaon, ArtFlute from Bangalore, Indiart Gallery from Pune and Mumbai based Tulika Arts and Aura Art. All original artwork is accompanied by an authentication certificate from these galleries to ensure a pleasant shopping experience for art lovers. Additionally, the artwork is curated by galleries themselves and all purchases are packed & shipped directly to customers to guarantee quality and authenticity.
To access the Fine Arts store visit www.amazon.in/art
For partnership, interested galleries can write to in-contactus-fineart@amazon.