If you’re manually browsing that website and you just want to save/create an new record in airtable for certain pieces of art you come across, you could automate the process using the web clipper app.
Granted, this does require you to manually navigate to each page you want to pull content from. If you’re talking about scraping a list of URLs for this information, that’s probably beyond the scope of what you can natively do with airtable alone.
Once you’ve got the extension set up (details at that link), you can create a corresponding app in your base and pull elements of the page using CSS selectors, which you can get by right-clicking on the elements in the inspector (what you highlighted) and selecting “copy selector.”
You can use the same selector element for the image (which goes into an attachment field) as well as the URL for the image you are trying to pull. For the image, you would pull in text content by CSS selector:
To get the URL, you would pull in the HTML attribute by CSS selector, using “src” as the HTML attribute to grab the URL:
(I also grabbed the price and the name of the piece using the CSS selector for those items. Less copying!)
Once you’ve set up the selectors and the fields they correspond to, clipping the content just means going to the page, opening the web clipper browser extension, and selecting your clip action, which should now prepopulate with the items indicated by the CSS selectors:
Select “add record” and it will be added to your base.