INVESTING IN FINE ART
Over the past few years, the art market has been booming for Blur Chip Fine Art. This art is always in high demand and there is no indication that this is going to change the future. There is hardly a day goes by without hearing about auction records being set for "the highest price ever paid for such Art."
That said, you can become an art collector for a minimum of £2,000. That's about the lowest price you can expect to pay, however as we know from the headlines you can also pay up to £150M. However, you can collect works from artists such as Picassos on any budget, putting fine art within reach of the art enthusiasts and seasoned collectors alike.
Fine artworks can, of course, be in the millions but on a lower budget, you can collect ceramics, lithographs, prints, sketches, drawings, paintings, sculpture and more. Whatever your budget, you will find something to match it.
However, its the rarity of such work of art is what gives it value. An original will always be worth more than a print. We always advise clients if you are buying or investing in art; the number one concern should be provenance or authenticity.
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