NFTs are not divisible or transferable, they can only be sold.
The art is being tokenized, becoming an NFT, being ideal to generate a certificate of authenticity and ownership.
UNDERSTANDING THE UNIVERSE OF NFTs
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are digital assets that are verifiably unique, creating digital scarcity. They cannot be duplicated or divided. They have many use cases, including digital collectibles, music, artwork, and game tokens. NFTs use the same technology as cryptocurrencies, that is, the blockchain.
Ethereum is a blockchain platform with its own cryptocurrency, called Ether (ETH) or Ethereum, and its own programming language, called Solidity.
As a blockchain network, Ethereum is a decentralized public ledger for verifying and recording transactions. The network's users can create, publish, monetize, and use applications on the platform, and use its Ether cryptocurrency as payment. Insiders call the decentralized applications on the network "dApps."
As a cryptocurrency, Ethereum is second in market value only to Bitcoin
A cryptocurrency wallet is a secure digital wallet used to store, send, and receive digital currencies like Bitcoin.
In order to use cryptocurrency, you’ll need to use a cryptocurrency wallet.
Some wallets are built for a single cryptocurrency, some can be used for more than one coin, some wallets you’ll manage yourself, and some (like those found on exchanges) will be custodial.
Most of the NFTs are tokens based on the Ethereum network, many marketplaces of these collectibles accept Ethereum tokens as payment. If you already have an account in any cryptocurrency exchange, you can buy Ethereum in it and send them to the Marketplace wallet of your choice.
At the time of receiving funds in any wallet that is associated with the Marketplace, buying an NFT is really easy. Almost all Marketplaces have open auctions, a bid must be submitted for the NFT you want to buy.