Interactive Collector, the Internet resource for trading and researching antiques and collectables, is to launch an online art exhibition service later this month.
Exhibitions Online will enable art lovers and collectors to view and even buy an extensive range of works, from David Bailey photos to old masters by Bonnard, from the comfort of their living rooms.
Each exhibition will either refresh the works online or provide thumbnail prints that you can click to magnify. Details concerning each work, such as size, medium and price, will be available next to each piece.
You don?t have to be in Saatchhi?s league to consider buying pieces. Prices start from several hundred pounds upwards.
?It is an affordable way of starting to collect art from some of the world?s most respected galleries," said James Corsellis, managing director of Interactive Collector.
You can buy art directly from the galleries exhibiting with your credit card, paying in the currency dictated by the location of the gallery. Launch exhibitions will include ?Classic Bailey? from Hamiltons and the sell-out Susannah Fiennes at the Hong Kong and China.
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