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overstockArt.com Issues Interactive New Catalog for Spring

overstockArt.com, the online retailer of hand-crafted art and archival quality frames, has released a new Spring Catalog for 2016. The online catalog illustrates a remarkable line of hand-painted fine art reproductions. The newest edition of this part of the retailer’s blossoming repertoire both enhances and simplifies the shopping experience for home and professional decorators.

overstockArt.com’s 2016 Spring Catalog rests upon a versatile, responsive, and intuitive platform makes browsing quick and painless. The highly-interactive flip-book allows users to magnify individual artworks and frames and selectively share their favorites. It seamlessly incorporates a live feed of prices, descriptions, and analyses for every piece. The catalog features richly colored, high quality photographs and links to all of the products featured, whether on your computer or on your mobile device.

Featuring hundreds of the most beloved hand-painted artworks curated from overstockArt.com’s 10,000-plus selection, it is divided into various Art Collections, including choices from bourgeoning contemporary artists in the ‘Artist Become‘ collection, as well as a mixture of museum quality frames to best compliment your chosen works of art.

 

“Our mission at overstockArt.com is to make shopping for art into a rich and fun experience, we achieve this by removing all the doubts from the buying process and enriching shoppers with a great shopping experience and ultimately a magnificent piece of art for their space,” said David Sasson, CEO of overstockArt.com. “The new catalog is organized via subjects and collections. It holds many of our newest arrivals along with exclusive collections and even our ‘Turn Photos into Hand Painted Art’ service.”

overstockArt.com had previously released a print catalog once annually, though the online retailer now updates their catalog four times throughout each year. “Using a digital catalog gives us an opportunity to create more seasonal versions of our catalog without the expense and waste of creating print catalogs,” stated Sasson. “It also allows our catalogs to be more current and up-to-date with our selection, which allows our customers to see the new products as soon as we start carrying them.”

Amitai Sasson

About the Author

Amitai Sasson of overstockArt.com is an art world traveler on a mission to seek out the beauty and passion of the art world. As an avid enthusiast of art and oil paintings, he contributes to ArtCorner.com as Chief editor and writer.