Online gallery of Claus Gawin´s paintings in ""

This is a gallery of all my original artwork that is available to purchase through this website.

About Saatchi Art


Launched: 2011

Location: Santa Monica

Management:  Sean Moriarty – CEO at Leaf Group (formerly called Demand Media), Rachel Glaser – CFO at Leaf Group, Dion Camp Sanders – EVP Marketplaces at Leaf Group, Malindi Davies – General Manager at Saatchi Art and Rebecca Wilson – Chief Curator and Vice President of Art Advisory at Saatchi Art

Investors:  Acquired by Demand Media (NYSE: DMD) in 2014; as of 2017, Demand Media now trades as Leaf Group at NYSE: LFGR

Business model: Online art gallery offering art advisory services

Saatchi Art features the world’s largest selection of original art and helps people all over the world find art and artists they love. The gallery offers more than 500,000 original paintings, drawings, sculptures and photographs by over 60,000 emerging artists from over 100 countries. Saatchi Art is redefining the experience of buying and selling art by providing art lovers with free art advisory services and an expertly curated selection of art, while giving artists a convenient and welcoming environment in which to exhibit and sell their work. In September 2016, Leaf Group acquired The Other Art Fair, the UK’s leading art fair for discovering emerging artists. The Other Art Fair complements Leaf Group’s leading online art gallery, Saatchi Art, allowing the company to offer buyers the ability to purchase art from emerging artists from across the globe, both digitally through Saatchi Art’s online art gallery and off-line through The Other Art Fair events, thereby unifying the two fastest growing sectors of the art market and further disrupting the traditional art sales model. Saatchi Art has more than 60,000 artists listing over 500,000 original works of art on the site representing over $1.5 billion  in total retail value based on list price. The number of transactions  is climbing each month, and gross transaction value for 2015  was $12 million.