How to sell?
BUYING AND ACCEPTING ART WORK
If you would like to sell your art work please call on the number +371 29528684, write us on firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the form below. We will unite with you about the place, time where we can see an artwork and the most favorable way of selling.
Consultation, evaluation and determining authority is free of charge.
1. Immediate sale - after agreement with the galelry there is an option to sell an artwork immediately , receiving an instant payment.
2. Selling in the auction – if you wish to sell an artwork for the highest price, then this option is right for you. If several buyers will want to buy your artwork at the auction, price will rise and it will be sold to the person offering the highest price. After the auction we will contact you and inform about the results. Incase of selling you will get the highest ammount offered, from which the gallery will charge a commission fee of 10%. If an artwork will not be sold at auction, you will be able to retrieve it without paying any fees to the gallery. By agreement, there is a possibility to set another price for an artwork and submit it to future auctions or leave it for sale at the commission, or sell it to the gallery immediately.
3. Commission sale – if you wish to sell an artwork fast and confidential (private), then this option is right for you. After the evaluation of the artwork and the price agreementa commission agreement with the gallery will be signed.. If the artwork will be sold, the gallery will inform you and pay the amount specified in the contract. If the artwork will not be sold, you will be able to get the work back or agree with the gallery about the work redemption.
We are interested in: Paintings, watercolors, graphics, photo art, sculptures, porcelain, artists' archives and other art objects.
Of particular interest are works by the following authors : Vilhelms Purvītis, Janis Rozentāls, Ludolfs Liberts, Jānis Liepiņš, Jānis Tīdemanis, Leo Svemps, Oto Skulme, Uga Skulme, Eduards Kalniņš, Rūdolfs Pinnis, Auseklis Baušķenieks, Aleksadra Beļcova, Gustavs Klucis, Leonīds Āriņš, Boriss Bērziņš, Jānis Pauļuks, Kārlis Padegs, Sigizmunds Vidbergs, Aleksandrs Drēviņš, Nikolajs Bogdanovs-Beļskis and other painters.