Online Art Gallery Original Painting & Photography Advisory Services Launched

Leading online art gallery Saatchi Art update its range of art advisory solutions for clients all around the globe. The experienced curators work with all types of clients to help build and grow their art collections.

Santa Monica, United States - November 8, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Saatchi Art, the world’s leading online art gallery of original art, announced the launch of an updated range of art advisory services for clients interested in learning how to buy, sell and collect original art, including paintings, photography, drawings, sculpture limited editions and collections. The Saatchi Art curators are dedicated to helping clients find pieces that fit their aesthetics and budget, depending on their individual request.

More information can be found at https://straarts.com

Saatchi Art has a vast selection of paintings, photography, sculpture, and drawings by over 60,000 artists from around the world. The gallery’s newly launched personalized art advisory service gives clients access to their own expert curator.

When it comes to art and the art market, it is essential to be well advised at all times, whether one is a seasoned collector or a beginner. The experienced curators at Saatchi Art can advise all types of clients with utmost discretion on the various aspects of art collection, including buying and selling works of art.

In addition, on a weekly basis, the curators discover talented artists all over the world and match their works with collectors and art lovers. The gallery is particularly focused on discovering exceptionally talented emerging artists and providing women artists with an equal platform to share art with the global community.

The team at Saatchi Art handle all aspects of international shipping and customs for a completely hassle-free delivery. In addition, they have included the price of shipping within the artwork price.

A satisfied client said: “I am a huge fan of Saatchi Art because they make the art selection process seamless and enriching. Art is essential in my life. It is literally the color—that magic pixie dust—that enhances my rooms. With Saatchi Art’s free art advisory service, I am able to choose from a specially curated collection of artworks handpicked by my personal advisor based on my specific needs.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Saatchi Art Chat: https://support.saatchiart.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
Email: Send Email
Organization: Saatchi Art
Address: 1655 26th Street, Santa Monica, California 90404, United States
Website: https://straarts.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88932999

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