“Heather James has always been enthusiastic about bringing together technology and art, so this is a natural progression for our business.” – Montana Alexander, Partner – Heather James New York

Heather James Fine Art is pleased to share that we will now accept payment in Bitcoin or ETH for more than 20 artworks in our collection. We introduced our crypto offerings in June 2021 with a canvas by the Modernist visionary and boundary-pusher Pablo Picasso, and we are thrilled to expand our cryptocurrency offerings to include even more innovators of the 20th century, such as Andy Warhol, Adolph Gottlieb, Barbara Hepworth, Roberto Matta, Cindy Sherman, and many others.

We are delighted to join with Coinbase Commerce, the merchant payment service for Coinbase Global Inc., in offering cryptocurrency adoption for the purchase of these extraordinary artworks from a prestigious private collection.

Coinbase is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the United States. Their platform offers sophisticated payment solutions backed by deep liquidity and cryptocurrency expertise, and Coinbase Commerce will continue to bring cryptocurrency mainstream by offering these kinds of solutions to e-commerce platforms like Heather James. To learn more about Coinbase Commerce, click here.

Heather James is a leader in the e-commerce marketing of important artworks, showcasing impressive examples by art history’s most recognizable names, spanning antiquities to blue-chip Impressionist, Modern, Post-War, and cutting-edge Contemporary works. As we celebrate our twenty-fifth anniversary, we are confident that this partnership with Coinbase Commerce embraces the future of fine art commerce. We believe paintings by renowned artists such as Monet, Van Gogh, O’Keeffe, or Picasso are well-matched assets with Bitcoin and ETH. These digital currencies offer a dream-like investment opportunity – a digital transformation brightened by the rewarding experience of owning great art brought home where it belongs.

“Others have seen what is and asked why. I have seen what could be and asked why not.” – Pablo Picasso


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