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Well she certainly got a critique from someone and I hope she is not sensitive.  After reading that I went searching for the author of the question but couldn't find any links or see the work they were trying to sell.  I think to sell art you need a business partner :) or otherwise when would you get time to paint ? It seems you have to be on facebook, instagram, twitter, have a blog and lots of followers and try to get galleries interested as well as doing the hard graft of selling yourself in places like Merrion sq or Peoples Art ? I think I remember Robert Wade giving good advice - dont give up the day job.

There's meat and veggies in this link and it could repay several revisits as there's a lot of advice and options to absorb. Thanks for posting, Sean. Have you any advice to give?

Thanks Norah and administrator for your comments.   I don't much about this myself, except I  would assume  that lesser-known artists   should be selling  online under  the umrella of a much bigger site -something like Ebay  for paintings.

I find that painting magazines give   relentless information on composition and colour   mixing   etc., but very little about selling online or  about people who have successfully   done it.

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