NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jun 6, 2013) - International Art sales realized more than a $64 billion dollar total last year, with predictions that this area of the market will continue to grow. The art market has seen consistent, stable growth between 2001 and 2011. Fine art reproductions are an ever-increasing source of popularity and as the market for originals increases, the market for reproductions and first edition originals increases as well.
Over the last few years the Internet has broadened the art market far beyond the exclusivity and has helped turn "art for everyone" into a reality. eBay has over 50 different categories of "Art" currently on its site and many companies come up under a simple Google search for "reproduction art," and now with Chinese buyers dominating the sales at auction, many new collectors will be looking to get in at many different levels to increase their collections.
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