Attention Online Shoppers: Now You Can Buy a $5 Million Painting on Amazon

The online giant now sells fine art pieces valued at close to $5 million

It's official: You truly can buy everything on Amazon. Books? Check. Electronics, beauty products, toys? Check. And now? Museum-quality art. Wait, what?

Yes, the new Amazon Art is selling an assortment of high-end, collectable fine art that you'd sooner expect to see in a world-class art museum than in a browser next to an "add to cart" option.

So just how high-end does Amazon's art go? All the way up to almost $5 million. Yes, you read that right. (But no worries -- that comes with free shipping!) Check out Amazon Art's priciest works for sale right now.

"Willie Gillis: Package from Home," Norman Rockwell: $4,850,000

 $4,850,000

Amazon Art

For close to a cool $5 mil, you can score this patriotic Norman Rockwell oil painting on canvas. It's currently the most expensive painting on the site.

"Hamburger Michel," Andy Warhol: $1,450,000

 $1,450,000

Amazon Art

At your next cocktail party just casually drop, "Yeah, of course it's a real Warhol. No big." 

"The Girl in Red," Joseph Kleitsch: $450,000

 $450,000

Amazon Art

This four-foot tall oil painting dates back to 1920 from the Hungarian-born artist Joseph Kleitsch. 

"California Poppies and Oaks," Granville Redmond: $325,000

 $325,000

Amazon Art

Such pastoral splendor! A perfect hostess gift for a California housewarming! (Sigh, if only.) 

"The Artist and His Wife," Marc Chagall: $285,000

 $285,000

Amazon Art

This Chagall would add a fine pop of color to any home. Or, you know, something more budget friendly works too.

Alesandra Dubin is a Los Angeles-based writer and the founder of home and travel blog Homebody in Motion. Follow her on FacebookGoogle+ and Twitter.

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