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Tips for Buying Fine Art as an Investment

The global fine art market is booming. More and more people are buying paintings, prints, and even large sculptures as an investment. However, since the fine art market is a complex, ever-changing mechanism, there is no guarantee of profitability. The beautiful piece of oil paintings hanging above your sofa may greatly increase in worth, or it may not cost anything in a …

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Pop Art in New York

Although Pop Art is an international art movement that first emerged in Britain in the mid-1950s, it is most associated with New York of the late 1950s – early 1960s, largely due to the works of such artists as Andy Warhol, James Rosenquist, Claes Oldenburg, and Roy Lichtenstein. No wonder, the best New York museums of modern art, like the Whitney and MoMA, contain some …

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How to Safely Pack Framed Artwork with Glass for Shipping?

When packing valuable artwork for shipping, no amount of money, care, or time should be spared. It is especially true when it comes to framed oil paintings or other pieces with glass. Whether you are an artist selling your work abroad or an art collector moving from one home to another, to have each of them well-packed and wrapped is imperative. After …

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World’s Most Famous Stolen Paintings

Fine art has an immortalizing effect. Moreover, it plays a crucial role in our society, touching every aspect of our lives, from science and religion to politics. What if we never see such paintings as “The Birth of Venice” by Sandro Botticelli or “The Last Supper” by Michelangelo Buonarroti? Most likely, many things in our life would be different. Oil …

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Custom Crates for Safe Transportation

Fine Art Shippers are known not only for local and international art shipping services, but also for making the finest quality custom crates able to provide safe transportation for any artwork. Our professional packing and crating services include all types of secure crates for large sculptures, paintings, architectural models, antiques, and other fragile and valuable objects. Utilizing the most sophisticated …

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