Archive for March, 2016

Increasing Popularity of Aboriginal Artwork

Monday, March 28th, 2016


Selling paintings online has become an honorable business for many artists. Internet painting galleries are assisting many prospective and well-known artists to sell their paintings online. It is becoming a common practice now. You can display your paintings through the Internet web-based artist networks and get name, fame and reputation.

The Australian Aboriginal art online sites have become one of the busiest places for displaying the native paintings. Many people are buying these paintings as they have caught the global attention. You can even sell your paintings online on your own website but selling through an online gallery is easier.

The Aboriginal art online market has drawn worldwide notice in current years and increased its business. These paintings have put the Australian non-indigenous paintings much behind. The native paintings have gained important global status. These indigenous paintings are considered to be quality work from excellent artists and guaranty the originality and genuineness of his work. This is the reason why so many investors are drawn towards them. They consider them to be good investments.

The Australian indigenous paintings are sold as investments. Works of renowned native artists have boosted the value of these paintings over the past years. An individual indigenous painting costs about $350,000 at the global auction market. Clever investors have build up good connections with these online art galleries and obtain the world’s best native paintings. The indigenous painters are treated fairly and decently and they are given assurance that their paintings will be well secured.

The investors find it safe to invest in such paintings and they are given a Certificate of Authenticity. These certificates are issued by the community where the artist stays and performs his work. The art galleries can also issue such certificates from where the paintings were bought. The certificate includes the name of the painter, his community and language, the title, story and the size of the painting, the name and cipher of the community art gallery. The artist’s photo is also included with the certificate.

The native paintings must attract the investors on the basis of artistic value. Its present and future monetary value lies on other factors which needs vigilant research. These factors depend on the fame of the painter and his experience. The age of the painter also counts, his superiority as an ancestral elder and his role in developing indigenous paintings.

Before buying a painting the investor must do his own research regarding the artist in depth. He must find out how well known the painter is and whether or not there is demand for his work in the global auction market. He must scrutinize more paintings of the artist to judge his performance better. The investor should judge correctly the current auction price of the artist’s paintings in the light of the global auction market.