|Is a work of art purchased, or is it better said, that it is the artist who is bought?
Depends. In the last four years I have developed my signature style and clients tend to choose that. In that way they do buy my kind of work.
I'm sorry, this is getting too tiresome.
I would say both. An artist leaves his/her imprint on everything that is created, therefore as the piece is purchased, so is a part of what makes the artwork unique to that particular artist.
Depends on the artist. Whether they made the artwork for the solemn reason to sell or vice versa. Everyones gotta eat though =)
Depends... I have had people mention they want a 'Karl Andrews' ... And I have had people buy simply because they like the painting itself... that depends on who's buying and why.
If its real art mostly based on the artists own terms its a sale of the artist rather than a sale of the artwork. But if its a very traditional piece of art imaging something real or what we see with our pure eye its a sale of artpiece.
I think it's a combination of both.
Depends on the collector. If a buyer likes your work and makes repeat purchases, they are paying you a great compliment.
It should always be the art. Not just an autograph that is purchased.
The art work is purchased and the artist goes on to create another, hopefully.
I suppose yes you are buying a little piece of the artist recorded at a very specific time in their life.
artists usually sell themselves long before their work
ART IS PURCHASE.
CYRANO SAID MY SOUL REMAINS PURE.
Personally, I would want a buyer to purchase my work because they have connected to it in their own way.
It is like selling yourself
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