We try to allow anyone to sell work online with us, be they an artist working for themselves, a gallery on behalf of their stable, or a collector reselling a piece. Whoever you are selling work online with us, we want to try and keep things as simple as possible but there are some things to bear in mind.
Our site is intended for people who love art and because of this we want to make sure that every part of the experience is enjoyable. Our sellers can help us achieve this in a number of ways. We would encourage you to produce as much additional content to support your profile as possible. Help us to provide our audience with exciting new content to keep them updated about you and your work and help make Arthub a rich space for the culturally inclined. With this in mind, we’d be grateful if sellers could keep their profiles and in particular their online shops as up to date as possible, helping us to avoid disappointed buyers who’ve fallen in love with a piece, only to find it’s already been sold.
Every piece of art that is submitted to the site will be reviewed by a member of the team and whilst we try to be as open as possible when accepting submissions of work, we are very particular about making sure high-quality images are provided for all items we sell. The perfect submission will provide an image of the work framed, unframed and in context, for example displayed in a home, studio or exhibition. We do not require artists to sell exclusively online through us but we do firmly believe that an artwork has a price and therefore we only work with artists who guarantee to fix their prices no matter where they sell. We feel that having multiple prices devalue a piece, causing
confusion for collectors and we don’t want to leave anyone with a sour taste in their mouth if they find a piece they purchased displayed for sale at a lower price. As such, we will reject any works we see for sale at a different price online.
All pieces sold through the site attract a 30% commission fee.