Last Chance to Invest in Desirable Artists at Royal Academy Auction – artmarketblog.com
Works of art by some amazing artists are currently being sold by Britain’s Royal Academy. RA Now is a major exhibition and sale of work by 121 current Royal Academicians and Honorary Royal Academicians. It offers a unique opportunity to buy work donated by some of today’s most influential artists, from Tracey Emin and Grayson Perry to Cindy Sherman and David Hockney.
The 121 works in the RA Now exhibition are available to buy either by auction or direct sale. The works are on show to the public at 6 Burlington Gardens, London W1S 3ES from Thursday 11 October to Sunday 11 November.
41 works were auctioned in a Live auction on October 8 but the remaining 80 works are available to buy either on this site or in a few cases as indicated, direct from the artist.
If you would prefer to buy an Online auction work outright rather than bidding, there is a ‘buy it now’ price for most of the works on the individual Lot pages
The Online Auction runs until 6.00pm on Sunday 11 November.
There is no Buyers’ Premium and no VAT to pay on sales.
Lot 64. Fiona Rae RA (image)
Untitled (Orange with Black Lace), 2009
Mixed media on archive paper
59.4 × 41.9 cm
Lot 22. Michael Craig-Martin RA
Untitled (Lock), 2012
Acrylic on aluminium
62 × 62 cm
Lot 14. Stephen Chambers RA
The Leap from Judas Tree, 2005
Oil on canvas
190 × 160 cm
To see a lots visit http://www.ra-now-onlineauction.com/auction/lots_grid.php?page=1&cat=-1&type=all
*Nicholas Forrest is a Sydney/London based art market analyst, art consultant and writer. He is the founder of the Art Market Blog (artmarketblog.com) which offers independent commentaries as well as research and analysis on the current art market, and has recently been published in Fabrik magazine, Verve magazine, Visual Art Beat magazine, Australian Art Collector magazine, Art & Investment magazine and many others. Nic has made several radio appearances (both nationally and internationally) as an art market expert and has received press from the likes of the New York Times, Conde Nast Portfolio and Times of London.
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