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Art

Old, Modern, Contemporary and Emerging Masters

Curate, Collect and Monetize

As independent, highly networked, next generation art advisors we provide services that cover all aspects of art value, and  are uniquely positioned to  access fine art of exceptional provenance, value and collectability. 

Old Masters | Modern and Contemporary Masters | Emerging Masters

By spanning such a comprehensive range, we ensure that our clients have access to a curated selection that not only reflects the legacy of artistic genius but also anticipates growth in reputation and value, from established and emerging art.

OLD MASTERS

OLD MASTERS

Old Masters are both timeless art pieces and highly valued assets. At Emillions Art, we combine access to a global network of private dealers, discrete investors, and auction houses with meticulous valuation, provenance, and research, delivering personalized strategies to maximize the market potential of your collection.

CONTEMPORARY & MODERN MASTERS

MODERN & CONTEMPORARY MASTERS

Modern and Contemporary Masters are highly collectible, valuable and investable assets that have influenced or inspired other artists and movements in the 20th and 21st centuries. At Emillions Art, we combine access to a global network of artworks, private dealers, discrete investors, and auction houses with meticulous valuation, provenance, and research, which will deliver and help you to maximize the market potential of your collection.

EMERGING MASTERS

EMERGING MASTERS

We are often asked “how can we identify artists, and their work, that not only have intrinsic appeal in the present, but have the potential to grow in value over time?” We have developed a proprietary framework that we use to help advise clients, to be able to identify and define artists with this potential as a new class of artist: “The Emerging Master”.

An Emerging Master is one consistently producing artwork that is:

increasing in value (“Value Appreciation”),
expanding into new markets (“Global Market Reach”) and
being recognised by Foundations, Exhibitions, Museums (“Institutional Reputation”).