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Online art sales from Manchester Art Fair | Sell Your Work

Online art sales from Manchester Art Fair | Sell Your Work

EASEL

EASEL, the new online art buying platform from the creators of Manchester Art Fair, brings original art from hundreds of British and international artists together in one simple, elegant space where you can see, explore and buy.

EASEL will be marketed to Manchester Art Fair’s proven database of 30,000 art buyers from Manchester, Cheshire, Lancashire and Yorkshire, whilst an extensive campaign will reach thousands of new art lovers across the North and beyond.

EASEL Tube
EASEL Bag
EASEL Tape
EASEL Box

EASEL is a brand new way of selling your art. EASEL doesn’t charge extortionate commission on sales. All you pay is a low monthly subscription to host your work on the site and be part of the large-scale, highly targeted marketing campaign to an established audience of art buyers. There is a small processing fee of 9%+VAT on art sales. EASEL also has the option for buyers to contact you directly to arrange commissions and custom pieces with no middleman getting in the way. All prices are exclusive of VAT.

Pricing

Basic

  • Up to 5 pieces of art live on your profile
  • Unlimited changes to the pieces you have on the site

£20 per month

Premium

  • Up to 20 pieces of art live on your profile
  • Unlimited changes to the pieces you have on the site

£40 per month

Super Premium

  • Up to 30 pieces of art live on your profile
  • Unlimited changes to the pieces you have on the site

£50 per month

Apply to Sell on EASEL

Please Note

There is no fee to apply. If your application is successful you will be contacted within 5 working days to set up your account.

To be considered you must meet the following minimum criteria:
- All work must be original or be of the artist's hand
- Prints must be of a limited edition, signed and numbered
- You should have sufficient experience selling and shipping your work
- Be based in the UK

EASEL Brand Identity

Onboarding

EASEL is as easy to use as any social media channel and far easier than creating your own online shop from scratch. Once accepted, you can quickly and easily set up your profile, add images of your work with details such as medium and size, price and shipping. When approved they will be live on the site.
When a piece sells, EASEL takes care of processing payment from the buyer and collecting their information. You get a notification to say which piece has sold and that payment is confirmed, all you need to do is dispatch the piece to the buyer. You also get the buyer’s information to add into you own marketing campaigns.

FAQs

VAT

  • if you are VAT registered then you will need to provide a VAT invoice to the customer.
  • Buy Art Fair Ltd is VAT registered so the transaction fee of 9% will be subject to VAT.
  • VAT invoices will be provided to clients on a monthly basis.

Merchant Agreement

  • All EASEL sellers are required to sign a merchant agreement which includes all the terms and conditions for selling on the site.
  • The Merchant Agreement must be signed before login details can be supplied.

Payments

  • All payments are taken by our payment gateway service and all fees are covered by the 9% +VAT transaction fee.
  • Payment will be remitted to vendors within five working days.

Shipping

  • Each seller sets their own shipping rates.
  • Shipping costs are included in the total price and subject to transaction fees plus VAT
  • We ask all deliveries to be dispatched within seven days or for agreement to be made with the customer.

Framing & Extras

  • You can add framing and additional options to any piece that you wish to at an alternative price. It won’t need to be listed as a separate entry.

Returns

  • Sellers are responsible for any returns or refunds required.
  • All communication must be posted on the shop dashboard.

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