Selling internationally

By offering your artworks internationally, you can significantly increase the number of potential buyers you reach. This will help you sell more artworks.

More details below.

Communicating with buyers

If you sell artworks to buyers of other countries, you can receive e-mails at unusual hours because of the jet lag.  

When communicating with the seller, remember that some phrases and terms may have different meanings in another language. If you don’t speak the same language as the seller, consider using a free translation service on the Internet, such as Google Translate. Be sure to use simple, grammatically correct phrases to increase the chances of getting the correct translation. However, these translation tools may not be 100% accurate, and we can't guarantee their accuracy.


Artworks' prices are automatically displayed in the currency of your choice. 

Currencies currently available are euro, dollar and pound sterling. Note that the equivalences are approximate.To sell abroad, you must accept PayPal as payment.

Shipping internationally

We recommend you to indicate the name of the carrier and delivery charges. Indeed, the buyers prefer when this information is supplied. Here are some details to be considered for delivery abroad:

Shipping cost: costs associated to the delivery of objects to other countries vary considerably according to the distance to be covered and modes of delivery. 

Insurance: we recommend you to insure any artwork shipped to foreign countries. Check with your carrier if it provides an automatic cover.

Customs and Documentation: All artworks sent overseas are subjected to customs clearance in the destination country and you will have to inquire about the appropriate formalities. Please note that customs duties were abolished within the European Union.