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'Find Your Original'

Growing up I was always surrounded by art. Our home was filled with pieces, big and small, made or bought, collected from friends or strangers. It was the art that made our home really individual, that reflected our travels, interests and tastes. It was the thing that gave it personality.

I wanted everyone to have that same pride in their home. To have that pleasure of owning something they thought was beautiful. That every day made them stop and think 'I love that'.

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But I noticed that many people thought art was reserved for the rich, something intimidating and intellectual. People were afraid to go out into the 'art world' because they didn't want to look stupid. They were afraid people would judge them, question how deep their pockets were.

So, I set about trying to make the experience of buying great art, easy and enjoyable! That's how ArtsHaus was born...

Our Mission

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Taking the hard work out of finding great artwork

We want to help you find art that you're proud to show off, that matches your style and transforms your home.

That's why ArtsHaus helps you find original art across a vast range of styles, subjects, mediums and prices. Quality is the only commonality.

By partnering with trusted independent galleries and dealers, who are experts in their field, we ensure that you're buying work from talented emerging artists or internationally-recognised ones, always for a fair price.

Whether you're a homeowner, interior designer or business, you can always rely on us for free independent advice which always puts your interests first.

What we believe...

There's nothing better than the original!

In a world of commodities, we love that there are artists all over the world creating something original every day. A piece of artwork is truly one of a kind. There's something special about that. That’s why we only work with partners that offer original artwork or limited editions, whether that be paintings, prints, drawings, photography or sculpture.

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Your style, your choice!

Ultimately no one can tell you what to like (even though some people try to)! We simply bring together art for sale from quality vendors around the UK, so you can browse at your leisure to find something that's right for you. There's no pressure to buy, and we're always here to help if you want a hand finding something special.

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Art should be a feature not an afterthought!

We believe that art should be a feature of the home, not something to cover bare walls! We want to help you find art that you are proud to show off, that reflects your personality and style. That’s why we provide free personalised advice as well as showing you the trends and inspirations in interior design that can make your art take centre stage.

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3/3 Keng Wai Lee's gorgeously rich and vibrant paintings of birds are a celebration of colour and pattern an insight into his wild imagination.
Growing up Keng had an affinity for animals and used to spend hours bird watching or staring at the giant goldfish in his parents tanks.
Taking this inspiration and acrylic as a medium, his paintings bring to life these little vignettes and stories of his youth.
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#FindYourOriginal 2/3 Keng Wai Lee's gorgeously rich and vibrant paintings of birds are a celebration of colour and pattern an insight into his wild imagination.
Growing up Keng had an affinity for animals and used to spend hours bird watching or staring at the giant goldfish in his parents tanks.
Taking this inspiration and acrylic as a medium, his paintings bring to life these little vignettes and stories of his youth.
See more in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 Keng Wai Lee's gorgeously rich and vibrant paintings of birds are a celebration of colour and pattern an insight into his wild imagination.
Growing up Keng had an affinity for animals and used to spend hours bird watching or staring at the giant goldfish in his parents tanks.
Taking this inspiration and acrylic as a medium, his paintings bring to life these little vignettes and stories of his youth.
See more in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Alison's atmospheric oil paintings are moody and ethereal.
Her seascapes follow a deep tradition which Johnson modernises and brings to a contemporary forefront.
Colours sink below a piercing white surface as oceans and landscapes drift in and out of a sweeping hazy mist.
The sky appears deep and brooding, the colours revealing a darkness that battles with the flashes of light.
Discover new work in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 2/3 Alison's atmospheric oil paintings are moody and ethereal.
Her seascapes follow a deep tradition which Johnson modernises and brings to a contemporary forefront.
Colours sink below a piercing white surface as oceans and landscapes drift in and out of a sweeping hazy mist.
The sky appears deep and brooding, the colours revealing a darkness that battles with the flashes of light.
Discover new work in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 Alison's atmospheric oil paintings are moody and ethereal.
Her seascapes follow a deep tradition which Johnson modernises and brings to a contemporary forefront.
Colours sink below a piercing white surface as oceans and landscapes drift in and out of a sweeping hazy mist.
The sky appears deep and brooding, the colours revealing a darkness that battles with the flashes of light.
Discover new work in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 "Good paintings are like diary pages - free from the self-editing when the painter worries too much what others may think." Luis Morris is an instinctive painter that loves creating artwork that toys with the boundary between Abstract and Representational.
Generous slabs of paint, built up in layers, create a patchwork of pastel colour, shade and texture to reveal a subtle yet alluring image.
New work for sale in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 2/3 "Good paintings are like diary pages - free from the self-editing when the painter worries too much what others may think." Luis Morris is an instinctive painter that loves creating artwork that toys with the boundary between Abstract and Representational.
Generous slabs of paint, built up in layers, create a patchwork of pastel colour, shade and texture to reveal a subtle yet alluring image.
New work for sale in bio!
#FindYourOriginal "Good paintings are like diary pages - free from the self-editing when the painter worries too much what others may think." Luis Morris is an instinctive painter that loves creating artwork that toys with the boundary between Abstract and Representational.
Generous slabs of paint, built up in layers, create a patchwork of pastel colour, shade and texture to reveal a subtle yet alluring image.
New work for sale in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Before concentrating on illustration and fine art painting David Walker trained and practiced as an architect for 12 years establishing himself as an architectural visualiser. Therein developed David's fascination with the urban environment.
As a painter, David’s work is primarily concerned with the built environment, especially in London where he lives and works.
The play of light and atmosphere on the manmade forms of our cities is something that constantly intrigues and motivates him, creating atmospheres, moods and forms which provide a constant source of inspiration.
Get to know David in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 2/3 Before concentrating on illustration and fine art painting David Walker trained and practiced as an architect for 12 years establishing himself as an architectural visualiser. Therein developed David's fascination with the urban environment.
As a painter, David’s work is primarily concerned with the built environment, especially in London where he lives and works.
The play of light and atmosphere on the manmade forms of our cities is something that constantly intrigues and motivates him, creating atmospheres, moods and forms which provide a constant source of inspiration.
Get to know David in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 Before concentrating on illustration and fine art painting David Walker trained and practiced as an architect for 12 years establishing himself as an architectural visualiser. Therein developed David's fascination with the urban environment.
As a painter, David’s work is primarily concerned with the built environment, especially in London where he lives and works.
The play of light and atmosphere on the manmade forms of our cities is something that constantly intrigues and motivates him, creating atmospheres, moods and forms which provide a constant source of inspiration.
Get to know David in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Hope you all had a fun-filled Bank Holiday! Entirely self-taught, Ellie Hesse is mainly known for her vibrantly coloured townscapes.
Her unique paintings take us on a magical journey, filled with intriguing little cameos from characters negotiating their way round cities around the world. Vibrant and fun, they draw you in with their texture, colour and wit.
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#FindYourOriginal 2/3 Hope you all had a fun-filled Bank Holiday! Entirely self-taught, Ellie Hesse is mainly known for her vibrantly coloured townscapes.
Her unique paintings take us on a magical journey, filled with intriguing little cameos from characters negotiating their way round cities around the world. Vibrant and fun, they draw you in with their texture, colour and wit.
More in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 1/3 Hope you all had a fun-filled Bank Holiday! Entirely self-taught, Ellie Hesse is mainly known for her vibrantly coloured townscapes.
Her unique paintings take us on a magical journey, filled with intriguing little cameos from characters negotiating their way round cities around the world. Vibrant and fun, they draw you in with their texture, colour and wit.
More in bio!
#FindYourOriginal NEW Sunday B Morning prints of the iconic Andy Warhol Marilyn series!
But what is a Sunday B Morning print, and what is it's relation to Andy Warhol's original prints?
What is known is that after Andy Warhol published his famous “Factory Editions” of Marilyn, Flowers and Campbell’s Soup Cans, he began collaborating with two anonymous friends from Belgium in 1970 on a second series of prints. The original idea behind this partnership for Warhol was to play on the concept of mass production - one of the key themes of his work.
Soon after the prints hit production, it seems he changed his mind, but if was too late, he had handed over the original negatives and colour codes. Filing a law suit would have been problematic, so when he periodically ran across a Sunday B. Morning print, Warhol would sign them “This is not by me. Andy Warhol” to express his ironic dissatisfaction. This of course only made the prints more sought after, especially the ones he signed in defiance.
Find out more in bio!
#FindYourOriginal NEW Sunday B Morning prints of the iconic Andy Warhol Marilyn series!
But what is a Sunday B Morning print, and what is it's relation to Andy Warhol's original prints?
What is known is that after Andy Warhol published his famous “Factory Editions” of Marilyn, Flowers and Campbell’s Soup Cans, he began collaborating with two anonymous friends from Belgium in 1970 on a second series of prints. The original idea behind this partnership for Warhol was to play on the concept of mass production - one of the key themes of his work.
Soon after the prints hit production, it seems he changed his mind, but if was too late, he had handed over the original negatives and colour codes. Filing a law suit would have been problematic, so when he periodically ran across a Sunday B. Morning print, Warhol would sign them “This is not by me. Andy Warhol” to express his ironic dissatisfaction. This of course only made the prints more sought after, especially the ones he signed in defiance.
Find out more in bio!
#FindYourOriginal NEW Sunday B Morning prints of the iconic Andy Warhol Marilyn series!
But what is a Sunday B Morning print, and what is it's relation to Andy Warhol's original prints?
What is known is that after Andy Warhol published his famous “Factory Editions” of Marilyn, Flowers and Campbell’s Soup Cans, he began collaborating with two anonymous friends from Belgium in 1970 on a second series of prints. The original idea behind this partnership for Warhol was to play on the concept of mass production - one of the key themes of his work.
Soon after the prints hit production, it seems he changed his mind, but if was too late, he had handed over the original negatives and colour codes. Filing a law suit would have been problematic, so when he periodically ran across a Sunday B. Morning print, Warhol would sign them “This is not by me. Andy Warhol” to express his ironic dissatisfaction. This of course only made the prints more sought after, especially the ones he signed in defiance.
Find out more in bio!
#FindYourOriginal 3/3 Today is an #interiorinspo kinda day! Here's 3 incredible studies /home office's by some of the best interior designers around the world! ⭐ Obviously art plays a vital part in all 😉 #FindYourOriginal
From @studiocmp 2/3 Today is an #interiorinspo kinda day! Here's 3 incredible studies /home office's by some of the best interior designers around the world! ⭐ Obviously art plays a vital part in all 😉 #FindYourOriginal
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