Collecting works of art has had its long history since the times of the earliest civilizations of Egypt, China, Greece and Rome or later since the age of Renaissance and Baroque till the present day. Traces of collecting nice and valuable objects from which great art collections have grown are found in all ages. Numerous renowned world museums have been founded by altruistic donations of some big private collectors.
Along with private collections, corporate collections have been formed. In 1890s many companies started collecting works of art. Investing in art became very popular in the 70-ies and 80-ies of the past century especially in the United States where huge corporative collections have been formed and art has become much more than decoration of space, it has become a part of the corporation image, reflecting the culture of the company. At the same time it clearly conveys the message, it becomes the capital securities developing the idea of sponsorship.
Buying a quality object of art is an excellent investment at the same time, something timelessly valuable that stays in heritage and gives a positive image of you or your company no matter if it is a private or corporative collection. A well chosen object of art can transform your home or office space giving it individuality and style. Art enriches us, making the world around us more beautiful and more valuable, it changes the space making it more pleasant and more comfortable, giving it a new dimension…
An art advisor offers comprehensive advice in the moment of buying a work of art, guarantees authenticity of the work, advises clients while choosing and buying the work of art, helps creating a private or corporative collection focused on the contemporary art. The aim is to find the right work of art responding aesthetics and budget of each client.
Buying a work of art you have soothed your own emotional satisfactions because investment in art is sometimes more than simple aesthetics.