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Art auction house advisory

Trusted Art Price and Risk Consultants

We advise on the best auction house for your art. We analyse Christie’s and Sotheby’s Phillips Cheffins Bonhams. We are able to negotiate favourable terms with these houses through our years of skill and experience. 
Art Market Solutions help transform art into an alternative asset class. We spot over/underpriced works of art using art price econometric modelling and time series forecasting. 

We are your first stop art consultant


Art is an important part of your wealth and we can unlock the financial power of your collection using art loans up to 50 per cent of the valuation. We help clients formulate their own views when navigating the art markets. Art auctions are becoming more opaque and not an open market. Art auction houses are similar to private dealers. Do NOT overpay. Expensive art can be overpriced. Get value for money, get a good deal.

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Spotting value for money


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Mispriced Art

We spot overpriced and underpriced art using econometrics. We go deeper from general to specific. We go across art sectors, schools and artists and we source and negotiate the sale or purchase of a specific artwork.
It's because there is a difference between art price and value, we advise on the optimal bid and so eliminate buyers remorse. We also inspect and survey art to make sure the artwork is as described and value for money this is important when dealing with online art.

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Valuation Consulting

For art buyers, we provide independence, no conflict of interest.

  • Art Due Diligence

  • Pricing

  • Forecasting

  • Valuation

  • Investment analysis

  • Provenance checks

  • Condition checks

  • Physical Inspection & Survey

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Covid Effects on Art Market

We are pleased to advise and represent your best interests given the difficulties regarding the coronavirus and conducting art business. Over the next twelve months, due to the Coronavirus, works by the likes of Pablo Picasso, Impressionists and many others, will fall 10% to 20% in value, while works by less established artists, (those whose works are not in major museums) could fall as much as 50%. The luxury market for chattels is due to fall 30% in line with disposable income. Many art collectors are seeking art loans rather than a sale.
For rare and important works of art, clients should hold rather than sell in a tough market at the moment. For liquidity, clients could take a loan against the art and hold off a sale for 12 months’ time to when things settle down from the effects of the coronavirus.

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