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ART INVESTMENT INSIGHTS

What is Blue Chip Art?

What is Blue Chip Art?

In the art world, some pieces stand out more than others, holding a unique status, and this all comes down

A Guide to Red Chip Art

A Guide to Red Chip Art

Red-chip art is a term used to describe different tiers of value and recognition within the art world. The name

The Art Market is booming.
The time to invest is now.

Art is a global commodity. It can be bought and sold between collectors anywhere on earth, making it a truly worldwide market. With the long-term, worldwide trend of increasing wealth, alongside a growth in knowledge around Art, a much larger community has started to be interested in collecting and investing in the market.

An investment in Art provides an existing investment portfolio with further balance, and exposure to new growth markets. The investment grade art market, has outperformed all comparable asset classes over the last decade. Since 1950 the Art market has averaged returns between 4.20% – 11.30% Per Annum.

141% ROI

Fine art increased in value by 141% over the past decade.

With the long-term, worldwide trend of increasing wealth, alongside a growth in knowledge around Art, a much larger community has started to be interested in collecting and investing in the market.

$5.8 BN

Christie's Fine Art & Auction Revenue
2019 - 2020.

Between the 1st June 2019 and 30th June 2020 the average percentage profit achieved by our clients was 25.2%. With full asset ownership, your funds are secured against a tangible asset with an inherent value.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS RELATED TO ART INVESTMENTS.

There are many ways you can begin investing in art. For example, you could attend art auctions, art fairs and art galleries. Attending these events enables you to find investment-grade art to invest in – or centre around a particular artist that you enjoy.

For instance, if an up-and-coming artist has pieces that you enjoy and their pieces are generating traction, it may be worth investing in their pieces to sell for larger amounts later on.

Art can be a great investment – however, investment success generally comes down to the individual. If you’re looking for quick returns, art investment may not be the best approach.

One of the key reasons that art investments are beneficial is that art holds value over time. Art does not fluctuate in value the way that other investment possibilities do. Instead, the value of art can steadily appreciate over time. With Art Investments UK, you can generate steady returns of up to 12% from art investment.

In short, yes, investing in art can be profitable. However, this is subject to a case-by-case basis, as not every piece of art will increase in time. Keep in mind that although positive returns can be generated – this may not always be the case.

The best way to do this is to be selective in the pieces you invest in, have a diverse selection of art (or invest in newer artists for the long term) and hold these pieces for longer periods of time.

Art can indeed hold value. The way art holds its value is possible due to the progression of the artist or art pieces you have invested in. For instance, the notoriety of the artist, the accolades they have received, and how much of a common name they are to the general public.

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