Who was Vincent van Gogh?
Born in 1853 in the Netherlands, the life of Van Gogh is often considered a tragic one. Now considered to be one of the most prestigious and sought-after artists of all time, Van Gogh struggled as an artist and reportedly only sold one painting during his life. Van Gogh struggled with his mental health and towards the end of his life stayed in multiple psychiatric facilities. Contemporary art critics now view Van Gogh as one of the key artists who led the post-impressionism movement. As impressionism grew in popularity, so did Van Gogh’s work.
If I pawn my Van Gogh art or painting, how much will it be worth?
Due to the high demand to own a Van Gogh artwork from collectors and galleries alike, Van Gogh artworks of any size and subject are usually incredibly valuable. For example, a charcoal and graphite Van Gogh drawing, named ‘Orphan Man with Cap’ sold for around $700,000 at auction in 2018. Larger works by Van Gogh are typically seen as more valuable, such as the oil painting ‘Fishing Net Menders in the Dunes’, which sold for over $8 million at another 2018 auction in Paris.
If you are looking for a loan on your Van Gogh art or painting, the only way to determine the value of your piece is to have it evaluated by a professional. At Pawnbrokers of Rodeo Drive we provide a specialist art brokering service and will offer you a fair price for your art after your free appraisal with one of our expert team members.
Types of loans on Van Gogh art collections and paintings
We understand parting with your Van Gogh art may be a sensitive and difficult decision, which is why we, at Pawnbrokers of Rodeo Drive, ensure each client receives a professional and confidential service. Releasing capital against your Van Gogh art is an effective way to access finance that can help you fund a new business venture or see you through a time of financial uncertainty. Pawnbrokers of Rodeo Drive provide loans on Van Gogh art and paintings. We cater to an elite clientele including private collectors and gallery directors, so you can rest assured your artwork will be in safe hands.