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Roy Lichtenstein, 1923 – 1997. Abstract Painting, 1983. Acquired on behalf of a private collector.
Selling fine art is a complex process that raises many difficult questions: What are the market conditions? Is now the right time to sell? Auction or private sale? Christie’s or Sotheby’s? London or New York? Lot 1 or lot 50? Should the work be loaned to a museum? Are there hidden costs or export implications? Can I trust the advice I have been given?
Beaumont Nathan aims to maximize the value of our clients artwork at sale whilst ensuring their specific situational requirements are also considered. We provide each vendor with an impartial assessment of the relevant market conditions, as well as an evaluation of all available sale options and their implications. We advise on both the sale of individual works and larger collections, and handle all due-diligence, negotiations and logistics.
Fernand Léger, 1881 – 1955. Élément Mécanique Sur Fond Jaune (Construction Métallique), 1950. Acquired on behalf of a private collector.
Services for Sellers
- Collection audits and valuations
- Market analysis and strategic advice
- Seller reports & insight
- Auction & private sale consignment negotiations
- Arrangement of museum gifts & loans
- Liaison with legal & other professional advisors
- Liaison with heritage & taxation advisors
- Pre-sale & post-sale management and logistics
- Arrangement of Third Party Guarantees
Pierre Soulages B. 1919. Peinture 46 x 36 cm, 14 Mai 1961, 1961. Acquired on behalf of a private collector.
Supported by our own extensive proprietary market database, we are able to offer some of the most informed advice available in the market today