The different ways you can sell art on Artland.

Buy Now option

The Buy Now option is made to help you to in encourage and streamline online sales. If you add visible pricing to your available artworks in the Artland system they will automatically be displayed with a Buy Now button alongside them. This is the best solution, and the perfect choice for millennial collectors who want to buy art quickly and simply. By using Buy Now for your artworks you will be between 2 and 6 times more likely to sell than similar works with hidden prices

We will receive, handle and manage all offers coming through the Buy Now channel so we vet the seriousness of the leads for you and also alleviate your administrative burden. The process will be:

        1. Buy Now request received
        2. Artland contacts your gallery to confirm price, availability, transport cost, VAT and any available or possible installment options.
        3. Artland confirms all relevant information with buyer and sends them an escrow payment link.
        4. When secured payment is received the gallery will be notified
        5. Artland will release the funds from the secured payment to the when the artwork ships to the buyer.
        6. Artland will provide client information to galleries.

Artland will charge a 10% transaction fee for successfully completed purchases on the Buy Now option, to cover the escrow clearing house fees and other associated administrative costs.

Make Offer option

The Make Offer option is made to help you to start a dialogue with a prospective buyer. It’s common to negotiate the price of the artwork, especially if the work is over $1,000. We made the Make Offer option to empower both buyers and galleries with the best online replication of a ‘real world’ art buying experience, to include the type of negotiation expected within the industry. In this system, the prospective buyer will be able to make an offer at an amount less than the listed retail price. The gallery can reject the offer, accept the offer, or make a counter offer in efforts to complete a sale. We will handle the offer and negotiation process so it is not an administrative burden for the gallery. All client information will be released to galleries so not only can galleries increase sales, they can also increase their pool of qualified and active buyers. 

Adding shipping rates, fast and efficient responses and secure payments through Artland is a seamless and risk free way for galleries to grow their business.

We will receive, handle and manage all offers coming through the Make Offer channel so we vet the seriousness of the leads for you and also alleviate your administrative burden. The process will be:

        1. Make Offer inquiry received
        2. If the offer is in the scope of the listed price, Artland will reach out to the gallery to negotiate, confirm availability, transport cost, VAT and the possibilities and details of any installment payment options.
        3. Artland confirms all detail and relevant information with buyer and sends a secure Escrow payment link to Buyer.
        4. When secured payment is received, the gallery will be notified 
        5. Artland will release the funds from the secured payment to the when the artwork ships to the buyer.
        6. Artland will provide client information to galleries.

Artland will charge a 10% transaction fee for successfully completed purchases on the Make Offer option, to cover the escrow clearing house fees and other associated administrative costs.

Contact gallery option

The contact gallery is made to help the gallery’s looking for price confidentiality. Even though collectors prefer visible prices galleries can have good reason for not showing them publicly. Therefore Contact Gallery is for galleries that don’t want to show prices to potential buyers. This will increase the amount of speculative requests that may be less serious than the Buy Now and Make Offer options.

The process is:

        1. A potential buyer requests more information about an artwork
        2. An automatically generated email is sent to the gallery with the request.
        3. The Gallery is responsible for responding to the inquiry with the requested information.