Featured Artists

Our artist list is curated based on demand across our network of buyers and sellers all over the world, we can support you to buy or sell works by any artist listed here



  • Marc Chagall

    Marc Chagall was a modernist artist who worked successfully in a range of mediums including painting, murals, ceramics, etching, drawing, theatre and costume design, and stained-glass work.

    Marc Chagall

  • George Condo

    In 2010, famous American rapper Kanye West released his new album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, with an album cover...

    George Condo


  • Salvador Dali

    Salvador Dalí is one of the greatest Spanish painters of all time and one of the most important figures in the history of the modern art movement.

    Salvador Dali




  • Keith Haring

    Keith Haring is one of the most respected and admired artists of the 20th century, he is known for his old graphic style that featured figures, dancers, hearts, lines of energy, and most famously, The Barking Dog.

    Keith Haring

  • Conor Harrington

    Conor Harrington is an Irish-born street artist known for his large-scale artworks that blend contemporary and historical references to tackle socio-political themes

    Conor Harrington

  • Damien Hirst

    Damien Hirst is a creative visionary, his brand is as prolific as his artwork and he is arguably one the most successful and well-known artist in the world to date

    Damien Hirst

  • David Hockney

    David Hockney is one of Britain’s most popular and well-respected artists, having worked as a painter, draughtsman, printmaker, photographer and designer his versatility has aided his popularity.

    David Hockney

  • Howard Hodgkin

    Born Gordon Howard Eliott Hodgkin in Hammersmith 1932, Hodgkin came from a large family of high achievers. Cousin to Bloomsbury...

    Howard Hodgkin


  • Robert Indiana

    Robert Indiana is an American artist known for his famous Love and Number paintings, sculptures and statues, that marked him as one of the central figures of the American Pop Art movement.

    Robert Indiana

  • Invader

    Invader, or Space Invader as he is also known, is considered a pioneer of street art.




  • Chris Levine

    British artist Chris Levine has been part of art world royalty since he created a series of photographic portrait prints of Her Majesty the Queen in 2004.

    Chris Levine

  • Roy Lichtenstein

    Roy Lichtenstein was a leading figure in the American Pop Art movement. His bright, graphic works that parody American popular culture made him one of the world's most famous pop artists.

    Roy Lichtenstein

  • L S Lowry

    L.S. Lowry is a much-loved British painter known for pictures that capture urban life in the industrial north of England during the 1920s.

    L S Lowry


  • Harland Miller

    Harland Miller is a British writer and artist best known for producing a series of paintings based on Penguin book covers.

    Harland Miller

  • Joan Miró

    Joan Miró was a Spanish surrealist painter and sculptor, thought to have significantly influenced late 20th-century art, in particular the American abstract expressionist movement.

    Joan Miró

  • Takashi Murakami

    Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami, is one of the world’s most prolific artists, successfully blurring the lines between high art and low culture, East and West, and past and present.

    Takashi Murakami


  • Julian Opie

    Julian Opie is one of the leading figures in computerised art, he draws inspiration from billboard signs, 18th Century portraiture, popular comics and Japanese woodblock prints.

    Julian Opie


  • José Parlá

    José Parlá is an American artist, most known for his very large-scale seemingly abstract paintings— but he has a wide range of practice from installations, video, sculpture, photography and works on paper.

    José Parlá

  • Grayson Perry

    Turner prize-winning artist Grayson Perry produces vases, tapestries, paintings, etchings and limited edition prints that explore a variety of historical and contemporary themes.

    Grayson Perry

  • Pablo Picasso

    Pablo Picasso was a Spanish artist who transformed modern art. A painter, sculptor, etcher, lithographer, ceramist and designer, he is regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.

    Pablo Picasso


  • Gerhard Richter

    Richter was one of the pioneers of the New European Painting movement, which emerged in the second half of the 20th Century, influenced by many artists he has painted in many styles during his career producing both abstract and photorealistic paintings.

    Gerhard Richter

  • Bridget Riley

    Bridget Louise Riley is a British artist and one of the foremost exponents of Op Art. Having defined a generation with her paintings and limited edition prints, Riley is still one of Britain’s most revered artists.

    Bridget Riley

  • Ed Ruscha

    Ed Ruscha is a pivotal American artist associated both with Pop Art and Conceptualism. His wide-ranging practice spans over painting,...

    Ed Ruscha


  • Frank Stella

    American painter and sculptor Frank Stella started his artistic career in New York city in the 50s and 60s during...

    Frank Stella

  • Stik

    Anonymous street artist Stik is best known for his distinctive androgynous figures which can be seen everywhere, from the streets...




  • Andy Warhol

    Andy Warhol (born Andrew Warhola in 1928) is the undisputed King of the Pop Art Movement. His prints are more popular than ever, and have become some of the most favoured artworks on the market.

    Andy Warhol

  • Tom Wesselmann

    Tom Wesselmann is an American pop artist, using intense colours and tight, formal composition and incorporated imagery from magazines and advertisements he was one of the foremost artists of his time.

    Tom Wesselmann

  • Jonas Wood

    Born in 1977, Jonas Wood, the now LA-based world-famous painter, was originally a psychology BA graduate from Hobart and William...

    Jonas Wood

  • Christopher Wool

    Christopher Wool is regarded as one of the most important contemporary painters today. He is known for the stark, expressive power of his paintings.

    Christopher Wool