How to Pay for Art Consulting & Appraisal
Option 1: We prefer certified check, money order and personal check made out to: WEI YANG ART, LLC, and sent to 274 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08540, U.S.
Option 2: A bank wire transfer is an alternative if your payment is over US$1,000. Please Contact Us for our bank information.
Option 3: Making payment via PayPal is acceptable for previews but not encouraged for appraisals. If necessary, you need to bear the burden of paying the transaction fees charged by PayPal.
Please review the preconditions associated with each of the Levels of Art Appraisal before you commission any art appraisal service. If you are not very sure about what appraisal package to choose for your artwork, please Contact Us before you commission an appraisal. Our Asian art specialist will discuss with you the merits of our different appraisals and your needs, and help you figure out the right appraisa that works the best for you.
How to Sell Your Art Work
Selling artwork can be a big headache. Almost everybody finds it difficult to initiate a sale. When you need help, you may not be able to find the right sales agent to represent your artwork at its most appropriate marketplace. Many people begin by contacting famous auction houses, such as Christie's and Sotheby's, but very few receive an insightful response—sometimes no word at all. Others spend hours on the internet without any concrete results. Many art owners give up their effort of trying by marketing their art work with no knowledge of its value at all and end with selling for far less. Do these frustrations sound familiar?
A successful sale is based on preparation. You need to possess solid information on your art work and formulate an educated strategy for sales. You may find the needed information online. You may be stuck in your research, since no quality information is available on your art work. In many cases, the problem lies in identification. Once you know what you have, who created it and the possible fair market value of your artwork in the current market, your marketing strategy will be effective.
Engaging the services of a qualified Asian art appraiser is a necessity. A real art professional is a vigorously trained individual who attacks research problems for living. Whatever your problem is, a qualified art professional will find the solution for you. If you need assistance with identification of Asian characters (name, inscription, signature and mark), you need the language skill of an Asian art consultant. If you feel trapped in your research and have exhaused your options, you need the expertise of an art historian. If you are unsure about where your art work rests on value, you need the services of an appraiser. A properly prepared appraisal often serves two goals. First, it provides you with the information needed to understand what you have and its market potential. Second, it answers your call for assistance with clear strategies for success.
Knowing when to engage an art professional is a judgment call. As the art market is growing more and more sophisticated and the challenges of Asian art are real, most art owners cannot afford the risk of selling art work without any professional guidance.
Selling Your Art Work at an Auction House might help you better understand why your art works are rejected by auction houses and how to approach the art market.
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