Art Price Calculator

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3.5
108 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Take the mystery out of pricing your art! Art Price Calculator shows the average cost of a piece of art (based on details you provide) by searching millions of real-world examples.

Get estimates quickly, with:

• Art pricing data from millions of pieces, sampled from some of the most popular art selling websites
• A clean and simple interface
• Ability to filter by size, type (e.g. painting, photograph, illustration, etc.), style, subject and more
• Handy save feature – keep a record of your estimates and attach images if desired
• Option to increase the amount of your art price estimates up to 200%
• Support for multiple currencies, with exchange rates updated daily
• Imperial and metric units

Use it free forever, or upgrade to the paid version to remove the ads and get other benefits.

Give it a try now and see what other artists are charging for their work!
Updated on
Aug 20, 2020

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3.5
108 reviews
Lorie Failen
July 12, 2021
When I first downloaded the app, it was amazing. Made pricing my art incredibly easy. A real pleasure to use. But with a recent upgrade, all that pleasure went out the window. Less features, and less space for free... But for right at $2.00 a month, I can get some of the original app back. I'm now looking for a different app.
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Changed me name now govna. Innit nice?
April 12, 2021
Not great for digital artists. Anything smaller then 4"x4" picture costs $0. If it helps the team, I usually do a digital graphic illustration portrait that is 4"×4" at 40 bucks but I also put my dpi really high which is something this app should calculate. Apparently according to this, an artist should rarely get any income on prints despite originals calculating to be over $100. For a digital artist to price prints at material cost is suicide. Otherwise, traditional art pricing is okayish.
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M Moore
May 19, 2020
It's probably a good app for people getting a very rough estimate. There doesn't seem to be a time option, a painting that I spent 4 years on with high levels of detail will be priced the same as a basic one that I paint over a couple of days of the same size. The way I generally work out the price of a painting is hourly rate then the costs of materials.
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Foundmyself
August 13, 2020
Thanks for the feedback. You might want to try the new version of the app, which samples millions of pieces of art for more accurate results (plus adds features and fixes bugs). That being said, since time isn't part of the data collected, there's not a time option, but I'll think about possibly adding it to future releases.

What's new

Fixed an issue where switching back and forth between units could lead to estimates calculated with the wrong unit.