Yes this is part of the issue of selling the NFT as a “Broker” of sorts. My wife and I deal in Art in the physical world as we either pay outright for a piece to sell under the artist’s permission, or we usually take a 20-30% cut of the sale.
This is a little different, in a way…
Firstly we are paying the artist upfront for the pieces, ownership is transferred to us via the original sale, then we would be responsible for minting, gas fees, and additional fees. This is where the lines get blurred. As the artist has already made the money for the work, would this be ethical to sell second-hand as an NFT + Physical art?
We were thinking of extending this further by 3D scanning paintings (not cheap at all!) and other works to mint as NFTs while sending the physical work to the NFT buyer as transfer of ownership since these are 1/1. The 3D scan is a high-resolution scan with high-resolution textures that can be used in 3D applications and VR. We are trying to lay the groundwork for the art community we have around us and I think this could be a cool way of getting their art immortalized.