Transforming your collection: Why and how to resell art


At Angela Tandori Fine Art, we respect change. We believe any healthy collector can embrace resale in developing their art collection – and we’re here to make the process as liberating as can be.


Why Resell?

Resale is the engine behind renewal, change and focus. Repurposing your collection can help mitigate the challenges life throws in your way. If you find yourself in a new life stage, reselling works of art can help make space for this transition.

It can also be a source of change. If you feel like your art collection doesn’t reflect who you are anymore, resale lets you evolve. Frequently, we meet collectors in the midst of change. They are discovering what art they adore and sometimes, this has moved past what they own. If this is so, we can handle your current collection and connect you with new art.

If you already have a good thing going, reselling works can help that too. If we cast back to Paul J. Getty, you may recall his advice for collectors – choose a focus. Reselling what doesn’t fit can help sculpt this focus.  



Let’s be Partners

If your art is collectable then we can sell it for you. To ease the process, here are a few pointers for the resale process.  

First, let us know the artist’s name, the medium, dimensions and provide us a photo (camera phone snaps welcome) of the work of art. Supply too, the provenance of the work of art. When we have these details, can can begin appraising the work of art. Once terms are agreed, we will promptly put your work to market.

For more information on our resale service, click here. If you have a work you’d like to resell, you are to welcome to reply to this email with the relevant information.

In the wise words of collector David Leppan, “Buy what you love. Buy what you know you’ll regret forever if you don’t acquire… And don’t be scared to sell. Everything changes and one is entitled, having loved a piece, to pass it on to someone who will prize it more.” We couldn’t agree more.

Happy Collecting!



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