How to shop online and buy more art in India

Art shop online in India is the best place to buy art.

That’s according to a new study by online retailer Art-India, which found that the digital space is the perfect venue for artists and art enthusiasts to shop and purchase their works.

The survey of 2,000 art enthusiasts across India revealed that digital art is the most popular way of buying art, and there is more demand than ever for the online space.

“Art is not just about selling something to the masses.

People want to own a piece of art,” said Pranesh Agrawal, founder and CEO of Art-Indian.

“And they want it in a unique way that is exclusive and never available elsewhere.”

The survey found that over 60% of respondents said they had spent money on digital art and that 80% of them want to have the same experience with their purchases.

“There are no borders for online art, but the boundaries are the same for brick and mortar,” Agrawan said.

“Art is a community that thrives online.

It’s a community where you can come and meet other artists and have your own gallery and meet people.”

The company has been making waves online for the last two years.

The company’s online store is the first in India to offer free delivery for orders of $250 and over.

And it has been offering free delivery to artists who buy their work from online gallery.

Art-India has more than 40 million active users.

It also has more online stores and art galleries than any other online retailer in the country.

But Agrawa says that digital sales are growing faster than brick-and-mortar sales.

“Digital has been around for two years now, but now there is a lot of interest in it, especially in the digital sphere,” he said.

According to the survey, 75% of online art buyers are women, and the survey found the average age of a buyer is 35.

In the past two years, the number of women purchasing art from online has risen from 12% to 18%.

“We’re also seeing a lot more young women buying art online.

They want to find art that’s something that they can relate to and that they will feel good about,” Agrewal said.