Loans on Andy Warhol Paintings & Art
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Pawn my Andy Warhol Paintings & Art
Owning art is often a highly personal thing, even when the artist involved is as universally admired and globally significant as Andy Warhol. This can make the prospect of selling highly unattractive. Fortunately, we have a positive answer to the question ‘can I pawn my Andy Warhol art in London?’ Our discrete service provides access to loans on Andy Warhol art and other pieces of value.
That’s due to our experience and unique insights into the true value of Warhol origins. As the most renown high end pawnbroker within UK, we also appreciate how important it is to our clients to retain ownership of both celebrated and lesser-known artwork.
We aim to come to the assistance of anyone who needs swift access to a substantial sum of money, who is faced with the prospect ‘do I sell, or pawn my Andy Warhol art?’
Loans on Andy Warhol Art & Paintings
It’s possible to secure loans on Andy Warhol art or paintings using our discreet and seamless London pawnbroking service, which temporarily releases the equity in your item or items. The loan you take on your Andy Warhol art or painting will be fair and equitable, due to our understanding of the true value of this artist’s original works.
After all, how many other creative geniuses have risen so spectacularly from the ranks of commercial illustrators? Warhol was a draftsman, filmmaker, and printmaker, as well as an artist. This is why his work is often so difficult to define, despite the popular collective term “pop art”.
Warhol is quoted as saying: “How can you say one style is better than another? You ought to be able to be an Abstract Expressionist next week, or a Pop artist, or a realist, without feeling you’ve given up something.”
It was possibly his 32-piece “Soup Cans” exhibition (depicting varieties of Campbell’s condensed soup) which signaled both his rise to fame and his unique perspective when it opened its doors in 1962. Though of course, it is his silkscreens of Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor that have inspired mass merchandise.
Some of the mystique of his work comes from the colorful personal history of this charismatic genius. Warhol was born into a poor, Eastern European immigrant family in Pittsburgh. Yet he went on to live a Bohemian life, the darling of New York’s High Society and intellectual circles.
Andy Warhol both manipulated and reflected popular tastes and cultural references, to create his iconic pieces. In his later years, before his tragically early death, Warhol concentrated on experimental films, but fortunately for art lovers, he had previously been prolific. This is why the permanent collection of his art in Pittsburgh is the largest museum in the US dedicated to a single artist.
There is more on the life and work of Andy Warhol in this excellent profile by Vanity Fair magazine
Many of Warhol’s art pieces are highly valuable and in-demand along side the most expensive art the world has seen, making them and other pieces ideal for securing loans on pop art.
Pawn my Andy Warhol Art & Paintings
The fact is that Warhol pieces do sell well. His haunting image Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster) sold in 2013 for $105.4 million and Green Car Crash (Green Car Burning I) went for $71.7 million in 2017.
However, why would you part with your artwork unnecessarily? You may prefer to ask ‘can I pawn my Andy Warhol art or painting at your store in London?’
Simply contact us for a no-obligation discussion or to arrange a private appraisal appointment. Our highly confidential service includes offering loans on Andy Warhol art or paintings quickly, to ensure you have the capital you need without delay. The interest charged will also be fair, to ensure that you can reacquire your artwork in a timeframe that best suits your individual needs and preferences. Some of the many artists we loan against include Andy Warhol, Bernard Buffet, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, Marc Chagall, Raoul Duffy, Sean Scully, Tom Wesselmann, Tracey Emin, Banksy, and Roy Lichtenstein to name just a few.
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