Loans on Raoul Dufy Paintings & Art
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Pawn my Raoul Dufy Paintings & Art
If you considered pawning your Raoul Duffy painting or art, Raoul Dufy artworks are celebrated for their vibrant colours and stunning decorative style. His outdoor watercolors, in particular, have an expressive painterly quality and display a sweep of rich patterns that also transfer well to textiles and ceramics. His paintings are valuable, beautiful things to own. But sometimes a client contacts us and says, ‘I want a loan on my Raoul Dufy art or paintings.’ They come to us because they know we are London’s leading luxury dealer for loans on Raoul Dufy art & paintings and they trust us to provide them with a fair, auction-based valuation.
Loans on Raoul Dufy art & paintings
Are you looking for a loan on Raoul Dufy art or painting? Perhaps you are an individual hoping to release temporary capital on one of your expensive fine paintings, or simply to assess the value of your art investment. Or, you might be a high-end dealer looking for a quick and easy cash flow solution. Whatever your reason for coming to us, you can rest assured that our team of assessors is ready and waiting to evaluate your Dufy artwork. They understand that his delicate washes of light and shade remain refreshing to the modern eye, despite being over a century old. The modern feel of Dufy’s work makes it highly desirable in the 21st century, and that adds contemporary value.
Pawn my Raoul Dufy art or paintings
You might be asking: how much can I pawn my Raoul Dufy art or painting for? That is a complex question. Dufy was prolific, and that can affect the quantity of his art floating on the market, sometimes pushing prices down. His prints are especially volatile in value and much depends on the quality of the print itself and the quantities involved in any limited edition run. Prints have gone for as little as a couple of hundred pounds, but paintings hold their value much better. His L’Église de Taormina is currently on sale in a London gallery for £40,000. In 2017, his 1936 oil on canvas Régates à Deauville sold for $200,000, which is nearly £160,000. His most expensive artwork sold at auction is his 1907 painting La foire aux oignons, which sold for US$7,941.112 – well over £6,000,000. You can see why we offer individual appointments to view Dufy paintings, watercolours, prints and ceramics in order to give you a well-considered and honest evaluation of their current worth. Personalised service is important because, with Dufy in particular, no two artworks are going to be worth anything like the same amount of money. However, once we have authenticated the creative work you bring to us, we move quickly to agree its value and transfer a loan to you with the minimum of hassle.
The Journey and the Search
In 1947 Dufy said, “I have found the essence of my painting in the journey and in the search … ” Perhaps that is a life sentiment we can all relate to. How do I pawn my Raoul Dufy paintings, prints and ceramics secure and feel comfortable that I am delivering them into safekeeping? Where do I go to release their capital value in a way that is accessible and discreet? Because as any art lover will tell you, a work of art is a precious thing. It speaks to the heart. It’s hard to put a price on it. When you turn to New Bond Street Pawnbrokers, you know we understand.
We value you
We use our 25 years of experience and no-obligation appointments to discuss your unique Dufy art collection and we pride ourselves on our informed and sensitive approach. Get in touch today to arrange an appointment to visit our pawn shop in London’s Bond Street. Whether you are looking for a loan on your Raoul Dufy art or paintings or seeking to sell, we’re always happy to help with appraising valuable art.
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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