Finding inexpensive art you like is a fun challenge. The image has to speak to you; it has to command your attention; and add to the decor of your home. But it can’t break the bank. So where can you find affordable or cheap wall art that you might love?

It’s all just a click away.  We’ve compiled a myriad of online sources for affordable art so you don’t have to settle for bargain bins of cheap art.  Find something you love that’s in your price range!

Inexpensive prints

20 x 200

This site has been around since 2007 and has released more than 1,000 editions by more than 300 artists.  There is literally something for everyone on 20 x 200, owing to the company’s belief that art is for everyone. Pricing is awesome with options starting around $20.

Society 6

Society 6 is a unique concept that lets artists from around the globe upload their art and sell original works in a variety of products from wall art to throw blankets and tote bags to t-shirts.  This is a great source for art beyond the frame, such as wall hangings.

Vintage Printables

If your style leans to the retro or vintage, then look no farther than Vintage Printables, where you can print some really cool stuff for free. They provide printable digital images of public domain scientific and naturalist illustrations. This is a great source for botanical prints!

Original paintings, drawings, and limited prints

Zatista

This online gallery selects art that is from high-quality, affordable, and original artists. Zatista’s goal is to provide original art works at reasonable prices, in order to combat the cheap reproductions and mass produced images you’ve seen a million times over.  At Zatista, you can start by selecting a price range and then narrow your search by type, medium, and style.

Lost Art Salon

Nicknamed the “art apothecary,” the Lost Art Salon is a passion of its founders Rob Delamater and Gaetan Caron, who set out to find new audiences for artists left out of the canon of art history. Buyers can shop online or at the bricks-and-mortar gallery in San Francisco. This is one of the best sources for modernist, vintage, and antique art.

Etsy

This source for inexpensive art should come as no surprise. Founded in 2005, Etsy has quickly become one of the most popular sites for creative products favored by artists, craftsmen and buyers. To find the perfect art, search by price point, category, shipping qualifications, and color.

 

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