As a fine art dealer, Victoria Fine Art has an exceptionally privileged job. It’s an absolute joy to spend my days immersed in the word of art, whether it’s meeting clients and designers, buying art, or learning more about the scholarly background to each painting I come across. So, here are a few insights into my life as a fine art dealer.
One of the most enjoyable parts of my job is being able to represent current artists. We love nothing more than discovering and representing British artists of international standing, as well as being involved in the promotion of contemporary art from emerging artists. Many people assume that fine art dealers are solely concerned with traditional art and conclude that they spend their days trying to buy European art, or buy Victorian fine art, for example. But in reality, that’s only part of the job. While we are absolutely passionate about our traditional art, a big part of what I do as a fine art dealer is engaging with today’s artists. Many artists have difficulty finding a market for their work during their lifetime, so it’s extremely satisfying to be able to use my skills as an art dealer to market their talent.
Building Collections for our Clients
Of course, a large part of my job as an art dealer is the great privilege of being able to buy original art in order to build collections for clients and designers. This skill requires an element of discretion and balance, fully respecting our clients’ choices while offering a straight-forward approach to buying fine art and building a collection. The relationships I am able to forge along the way are a great part of my job, and one that I enjoy very much. By taking the time to get to know my clients, I am far better equipped to make an informed decision on what old or new artists I feel that they will take an interest in, and subsequently introduce them to.
Offering Advice as a Fine Art Dealer
After more than 50 years working as a fine art dealer, I particularly enjoy being able to advise my clients not only on the choice of what paintings to buy, but also how to display the beautiful pieces that they decide to purchase and display in their homes. Acquiring a stunning piece of fine art is only part of the process, and my years in the industry have taught me that the framing of a painting, as well at its hanging, are very important to the overall enjoyment of the piece. In addition, insurance advice is something I am always happy to give as a vital part of the process.
If you have any further questions regarding the wide selection of fine art to buy online at Victoria Fine Art or wish to set up an appointment, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Feel free to complete this form (https://victoria-fine-art.com/contact/), telephone +44 (0)1727 861669 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.