Art.com is a company operating an online specialty retailer of wall art and decor products. It offers limited-edition prints, hand-painted originals, home accessories, art on wood, metal, and reflective aluminum, etc. The company also owns and operates AllPosters.com, an online store of classic posters and art prints.

Employee Rating

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TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyWalmart
HQEmeryville, CA, US
Founded1998
Websiteart.com
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
Art.com was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Emeryville, CA, US

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Key People/Management at Art.com

Kira Wampler

Kira Wampler

CEO
Chuck Kurth

Chuck Kurth

CFO
Jonathan McNulty

Jonathan McNulty

COO
Lisa Sullivan-Cross

Lisa Sullivan-Cross

Chief Marketing Officer
Christine Fernandez

Christine Fernandez

Chief Experience Officer
Dan Marriott

Dan Marriott

Chairman, Board of Directors
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Art.com Office Locations

Art.com has offices in Emeryville and San Bruno
Emeryville, CA, US (HQ)
2100 Powell St
San Bruno, CA, US
850 Cherry Ave
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Art.com Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1998

Total Funding

$56.2 m

Investors

In total, Art.com had raised $56.2 m. Art.com is a subsidiary of Walmart

Art.com Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

77/100

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Art.com Online and Social Media Presence

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Art.com News and Updates

3 Life and Business Lessons from the CEO of Art.com

Kira Wampler is the CEO of Art.com, which was recently acquired by Walmart. Prior, she was the CMO of both Trulia and Lyft. I sat down with Kira to discuss her defining career moments, what keeps her energized, and the advice she’d give her 21-year-old self.

Walmart acquires Art.com to boost online home decor business

Walmart Inc on Thursday said it has acquired online retailer Art.com for an undisclosed amount to boost its home decor business and expand its online offering, as part of the retailer's efforts to attract more millennials.

Walmart to acquire home decor site Art.com, further extending its e-commerce push

Walmart will announce Thursday plans to buy Art.com, adding another digital brand to its portfolio and bolstering its home decor business.

Global Wall Decor Market 2018 Key Players: Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Depot, IKEA, Lowes, Target, Art.com, Costco, Ethan Allen, Franchise Concepts, Havertys.

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Art.com Blogs

Art Style Spotlight: Pre-Raphaelite

What is Pre-Raphaelite Art? Established in 1848, The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was a secret organization of British painters who opposed the Royal Academy and its teaching methods. The Royal Academy at that time valued the innovations from the Renaissance as the epitome of artistic expression and t…

Five (Or More) Paintings From Our Favorite Films

Something as simple as a painting in the background can support the movie’s themes and work to symbolize an element of story without saying a word. The post Five (Or More) Paintings From Our Favorite Films appeared first on Get Inspired.

Art Style Spotlight: Romanticism

Contrary to its name, this art style is anything but cuddly. The post Art Style Spotlight: Romanticism appeared first on Get Inspired.

Mother’s Day Memories: Frame My Photos

You made her a mom. Now celebrate what that means to you. The post Mother’s Day Memories: Frame My Photos appeared first on Get Inspired.

Art Style Spotlight: Contemporary Photography

What is Contemporary Photography? Photography as a medium is pretty new compared to the long span of Art History. The first camera was invented in the 1800s and photography as an artistic medium began years after in the early 1900s. Contemporary Photography, as a time period, began in the 1970s when…

Find The Frame Style You Didn’t Know You Needed

While the classic black frame has its place in every home, many people have yet to discover the world of creative framing, made possible by our incredible artisans in Ohio. The post Find The Frame Style You Didn’t Know You Needed appeared first on Get Inspired.
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Art.com Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Art.com founded?

    Art.com was founded in 1998.

  • Who are Art.com key executives?

    Art.com's key executives are Kira Wampler, Chuck Kurth and Jonathan McNulty.

  • How many employees does Art.com have?

    Art.com has 748 employees.

  • Who are Art.com competitors?

    Competitors of Art.com include Cuseum, Electric Objects and Wescover.

  • Where is Art.com headquarters?

    Art.com headquarters is located at 2100 Powell St, Emeryville.

  • Where are Art.com offices?

    Art.com has offices in Emeryville and San Bruno.

  • How many offices does Art.com have?

    Art.com has 2 offices.