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The Art of Investment Fine Art Gallery

On 11th October 2016, on her first solo overseas trip, HRH The Duchess of Cambridge proved she is a master of creating an iconic image.  Knowing she would be viewing Johannes Vermeer’s celebrated ‘Girl With A Pearl Earring’ held in the Mauritshuis Museum in The Hague, she choose to wear a pair of beautifully crafted pearl earrings herself. The result – an image that is a work of art in its own right. The British Royal family owns the largest private art collection in the world.  Over the centuries, it has built up a stunning portfolio, including works by Leonardo da Vinci, Vermeer, Caravaggio and Rembrandt. There is a key reason why […]

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Fantastic Tips for Starting Up An Online Business | Company and Commercial

For budding entrepreneurs there has never been a better time in history to start your own internet business.  The miracle of the internet allows those with the necessary courage, work-ethic and gumption, to set up shop without the crippling costs of finding, stocking and financing a physical premises. But the online revolution has offered start-up businesses much more than just removing the need for expensive premises.  Some of the many advantages of owning and operating an internet based business include: Low start up costs.  Depending on the type of online business you plan to operate, initial costs can start from as little as a few hundred pounds (the cost of […]

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Your Ultimate Guide To Selling Fine Art At Auction selling fine art at auction

Selling fine art at auction is not for the faint-hearted. Selling fine art at auction- Auction house Sotheby’s announced in January that ‘Bauerrngarten’, a stunning 1907 masterpiece by Gustav Klimt, would be the highlight piece of its Impressionist and Modern Art sale which took place on 1st March 2017.  The landscape, which was first exhibited in Vienna in 1908 is expected to fetch over $45 million. Major auction houses such as Christies, Freeman’s and Sotheby’s seem to be ruthlessly discriminating and focusing on major trending works which can sell for millions and the artists who are ‘hot’ at a particular moment. Along with selling under the hammer, the great auction houses will […]

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