The acclaimed Winter Art & Antiques Fair Olympia returns to London this October for its 27th year. Running from 31st October until 5th November, it is the flagship art and antiques event of the British winter season. 100 of the UK’s very best dealers will be offering an incredible array of over 30,000 one-off, diverse […]
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On Thursday 28th September Brownhill Insurance Group hosted the first edition of ‘The Artist Talks’. A new series where you have the opportunity to meet and connect with some of our favourite artists. This exclusive talk was with one of London’s top artists Anita Klein. Held at a quirky studio space near London Bridge, […]
On Thursday 7th September Brownhill Insurance Group sponsored the Young Masters Art Prize. Many entrants of the prize, past and present were exhibited; boasting a variety of mediums and subject. The exhibition showed new works of contemporary art that took inspiration from the past, hence the name ‘Young Masters’. Artists of all ages were permitted […]
artWEEK Live Music Night In support of Central London Samaritans Devised by Artist Consultant & Curator Patsy Buchanan, on the evening of Wednesday 20 September we will celebrate art and live music in support of Central London Samaritans. All within the backdrop of artWEEK Exhibition from 18 until 23 September 2017 – with artists Catherine […]
Post last updated on 07/03/2018. Did you buy a £90 Banksy print in the early days only to find it is now worth over a hundred times that? Or perhaps you have recently acquired a Banksy Original? Banksy Insurance Regardless of your collection size, Brownhill Insurance Group are here to discuss your requirements. We have […]
‘Never Assume.’ Issues affecting Fine Art Transport. Mark Aiston, Fine Art Transporter wrote the following article for an AXA ART Conference – ‘Picking up the Pieces: Managing the Risks of Art on the Move’. I started my career in this industry in 1982 when, although a huge volume of shipments left our warehouse and were […]
Works of art can often be damaged in transit. Sometimes the distances involved are very short, such as from one room to another, whereas others encompass international flights and long distances by road. Such transportations are occurring numerous times every day between provider and client for many different reasons. These include: 1. Works sent on […]
Today opens Art Advisor Lucy Meakin’s online auction in aid of the Grenfell Tower fire disaster in West London last month. The collection will feature some of the UK’s top contemporary artists including Cornelia Parker, Adam Fuss, The Clapham Brothers and Tracey Emin, to name a few. After hearing of the disaster, Lucy – a […]
Celebrating its 45th edition, London’s longest running art and antiques Fair will showcase 160 of the world’s leading specialist dealers. Discover a diversity of periods and styles crossing a variety of disciplines including furniture, clocks, ceramics and glass to jewellery, textiles, sculpture and art. With over 55,000 pieces to explore, personalise your interiors with eclectic […]
ArtPakk advertised as the most protective bag on the market. Developed by a Framer, Gallery Owner and Artist, with first-hand knowledge of the industry. The ArtPakk is a reusable bag for protecting and storing works of art and frames. Consisting of 3 different bonded layers they provide 6mm of dependable protective material. No more worries […]