UAE’s The Arabian Gallery unveils its eCommerce platform for customers

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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UAE-based photography platform The Arabian Gallery has launched its eCommerce platform named ‘TheArabianGallery.com’ in order to allow customers to purchase over 1000 artworks by local and world-renowned artists online.

TheArabianGallery.com is part of Motivate Media Group, which operates in partnership between Ian Fairservice and HE Obaid Humaid Al Tayer, Minister of State for Financial Affairs, UAE.

The Arabian Gallery was founded to foster the relationships that exist between emerging and established artists. It was UAE’s first photography platform to offer fine-art prints on the region by established photographers including Sir Wilfred Thesiger and Ronald Codrai.

The customers will be able to choose from an array of noteworthy pieces under the categories of Photographers, Painters, and Sculptors. Art pieces start at $20.42 (AED75), and can be paid through Visa, MasterCard, or Amex cards, as per the reports.

Mr. Ian Fairservice, managing partner of Motivate Media Group said, “We are very excited to be launching the digital version of The Arabian Gallery. TheArabianGallery.com will further diversify Motivate Media Group’s offering and create new opportunities in the eCommerce space.”

“The digital platform features leading photographs, paintings, and sculptures. Under the photographers’ section, there are photography prints produced by Lord Patrick Lichfield, Baber Afzal, Greg Newington, and Jassim Al-Awadhi, among others,” according to the reports.

The painters’ section on the website includes artwork from the likes of Andrew Vicari, Faisal Abdulqadar, Najat Makki, Almudena Angoso, Khulood Al-Jabri, and several others. The sculptures section features a varied range of works ranging from mosaic to 3D animal sculptures, from artists such as Abdul Rahim Salem and Lau Siu Hong Freeman.

Furthermore, TheArabianGallery.com is also accepting submissions from artists who want their work to be featured on the website.

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