What happens next?
Throughout the duration of your loan, we will keep your Warhol piece in the condition you gave it to us in. Then, once the loan period has come to an end, you will be given three options. Firstly, you can pay off the loan amount in full. This will mean that your Warhol is returned to you instantly, and our business together is concluded until you decide to visit us again. Secondly, you can extend the duration of the loan. If you choose to do this, the item remains in our hands, and you get more time to raise capital to pay off the loan. Thirdly, you can decide to neither repay or extend the loan. You no longer have to pay off the loan, we will simply sell your item in order to recoup the funds we gave you.
How to get started
If you’re interested in taking out loans against Warhol art and paintings, get in touch with us to begin the process. Either email us or give us a call and tell us the details of your piece. Once you have done so, we recommend that you send us a picture of the artwork – with the signature visible, if possible – along with a digital copy of any pertinent paperwork. Please note that all appraisals are approximate, and we will not be able to give you a final valuation until we see the piece in person.
We will then contact you with an approximate valuation, and arrange for one of our experts to carry out an in-person valuation, either at our Beverly Hills shop, or at your home – or wherever your painting is being stored. Our loans on Andy Warhol art or paintings are fair, auction based and you can release funds within as little as 24 hours.