Editorial Comment
As a commentary only, it is my opinion many times that prices significantly objectify art.  If I have to combine the questions “How much does it cost?” with “Do I like this?” the item becomes a thing and the appeal I may have felt quickly goes away.  The higher the price, the more quickly the appeal dies. I’d rather not even digress on the hypocrisy of high dollar collectors and painters.  Art is a gift.  Painters who paint mostly for money are painters, not artists.
That being said, the images below all lead to places you can buy them in some monetarily reasonable format, or not.  Just enjoy them on line.  That is what I do.  I do get commissions on what ever you buy, but trust me, all the money will go to my favorite charity , the “Larry is Usually Hungry Foundation”
Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci - Fine Art Hand Painted Oil Painting Reproductions on Canvas
Dancers at Rest by Edgar Degas - Fine Art Hand Painted Oil Painting Reproductions on Canvas
A Catskill Stream by Asher Brown Durand - Fine Art Hand Painted Oil Painting Reproductions on Canvas
The Seine at Vetheuil - miniature by Claude Monet - Fine Art Hand Painted Oil Painting Reproductions on Canvas
A Fine Romance - miniature by Jeremy Bortz - Fine Art Hand Painted Oil Painting Reproductions on Canvas
Three Little Words (Oversized) by Danielle O'Connor Akiyama - Fine Art Hand Painted Oil Painting Reproductions on Canvas