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Fine Art America

Fine Art America

Fine Art America claims to be the world's largest online marketplace for print on demand products based on user submitted artwork.

The company was founded in 2006 in Chicago, Illinois.


Fine Art America (FAA) has been enabling artists with the ability to sell wall art[-1], home decor, apparel, as well as other products since it launched.

The site is are home to hundreds of thousands of artists, illustrators, graphic designers, photographers, and iconic brands.

Artists and photographers upload their images to the FineArtAmerica.com [-1]website, and then they set their prices for hundreds of different print-on-demand products, and then instantly sell those products to a global audience of online, mobile, and real-world buyers.

Fine Art America fulfills each order on behalf of the artists - taking care of the printing, framing, matting, packaging, shipping, collecting payments from the buyers, and sending profits to the artists.

Each product is manufactured at one of our 14 global production facilities and delivered "ready-to-hang" with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

In addition to providing an online marketplace and fulfillment service, Fine Art America provides artists and photographers with sales and marketing tools to help simplify and accelerate their careers.

These tools allow artists to set up branded web stores, sell prints on Facebook, create e-newsletters, and more.

More than 100,000 living artists and photographers currently offer ten million images for sale on FineArtAmerica.com - with thousands of new artists and images being added each week.


Fine Art America's artists have won numerous awards for their paintings[-1]and photographs.[-1]