Online Art Gifts

Go-To Online Art Shops For Last-Minute Gifts

Online art and print galleries allow you to browse hundreds of pieces of art in every imaginable medium, which is incredibly helpful for last-minute gift shopping. If you are looking to give the art lover or new home dweller in your life something special for their walls, check out these online shops that stock surprisingly affordable art. See something you like? Click on the layout below to shop these pieces!

Paperwork carries art starting as low as $20, and if you get the prints framed, they even throw in free shipping! Its sister website Ugallery also sells fairly priced pieces starting at $50. Choosing art for someone other than yourself can be tricky, but both websites offer tools like Art Assist and various themed collections to make it a little easier. If you’re still feeling indecisive, you can always purchase a gift card as well, which is redeemable at both sites and emailed to the recipient instantly.

20x200 is another website that merges limited edition art and budget-friendly prices. They introduce at least two new editions a week: one photo and one work on paper, so it's a good idea to check back frequently. Most pieces are available in three or four sizes, with the smallest size starting at $20.

To see more of our favorite online art shops, keep reading after the jump!

Etsy sells everything from fashion to home goods, both new and vintage and their collection of artwork doesn't disappoint! It's easy to browse recently listed items as well as curated gift guides, blog posts, and interviews with featured sellers.

Exhibition A is a website that partners with today's most popular contemporary artists to offer exclusive editions of their work. Exhibition A has partnered with artist Richard Phillips to create editions of his "Most Wanted" series of paintings just for Exhibition A shoppers! These pieces were originally exhibited at White Cube in London and portray 10 of the world's most recognizable celebrity faces, including Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Dakota Fanning, and Taylor Swift, and more, against step-and-repeat backdrops branded by major fashion labels such as Gucci, YSL, Chanel, and Givenchy.

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