Tags : Create & share collections
A collection of favorites is similar to a list of shortcuts to artworks on Artmajeur.
Who uses the collections?
All visitors (art lovers, galleys, artistic agents, decorators etc ...) can create collections.
What are collections used for?
The collections are used to record links to the works you wish to review.
When a work is added to a collection, the "virtual" collector can easily find the works he likes, and contact the artist to buy the original if it is for sale, or a reproduction if the option is available.
The collector can also share his collection with other art lovers.
The collections are therefore for the artists whose works are chosen, a great way to get to know his work at a lower cost!
Why are there private collections?
In some cases, collectors do not want their favorite works to be displayed to the public. This does not mean that they are ill-intentioned, it may be a husband who wishes to give a gift to his wife, a decorator who plans to purchase several works for a project in progress, School teacher who does not want students to tease him etc ...
In these cases, collectors choose the "private collection" option, so the collection is not available to the public.
A private collection is hidden only to the public: The artist whose work is added to a collection can always know the owner of the collection or its works, whether the collection is private or not.
Is it possible to prevent people from collecting or sharing my images?
No, it is a basic functionality very appreciated by Internet users.
Sharing is at the heart of the Internet: whether it is on Pinterest, Facebook or Artmajeur, it is the most effective means of dissemination to promote works of art.
Keep in mind that sharing or adding to favorites is nothing more than simply making a note of a link to a work. The sharing of the works does not confer any special rights to the collectors, and does not alter the protection of the works.
Artmajeur also offers very advanced tools to protect the works in a Physical way (secured installations), Techniques (filigan), and legal (time-stamped digital deposit under Bern convention).
#270151 ~ Last modification date : Jul 3, 2017