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This webring is for art sites that sell art works. The Canadian Art Marketplace for example. All forms of art are welcome, as long as they have a price tag beside them. For example, the above painting is "Blue Lilith", Charles Alexander Moffat, 1999. Acrylic on Canvas, 24 x 30" : $6000 US. The previous painting "Ophelia" was sold. - - - - - Feature your site for only $1/month.
 

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