When it comes to valuing art, there can be more than meets the eye. Whether you require a valuation for insurance, estate, tax, family division or liquidation purposes, our valuations are certified, transparent and grounded in comprehensive data analysis. 

Our team is led by Angela Tandori, an art market specialist with over twenty-five years of experience. As well as a Certificate in Auction and Valuation Practice, Angela is an Associate Member of the Auctioneers and Valuers Association of Australia and was President of the Art Consulting Association between 2019 and 2023, where she remains an Executive Member of over seven years. 

Backed by this expertise, we work to produce thorough, industry-standard valuations at competitive rates. Whether you have a specific purpose in mind or just want to square up your collection, valuing your fine art can help you record, manage and care for your collection.

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Why value your collection?  

Valuing your fine art collection can be useful for insurance, superannuation, financial reporting, asset validation, liquidation reports, estate planning and estate settlement.

They can also be utilised as a pre-purchase report or as a guide for those considering privately reselling a work. If you want to assess the significance of your collection but do not require legal documentation, our Market Reports are accessible, thoroughly researched and tailored to your needs.


Submitting a work of art

Submitting a work of art for valuation is easy. All it takes is three simple steps:

1. Send us an email at hello@artandcollectors.com with the following details:

  • Title of the work (if known)

  • Artist full name

  • Dimensions (height x width)

  • Medium 

  • Where and when purchased

  • Original invoiced price (if available)

  • Date of original purchase (if available)

  • Whether a certificate of authenticity accompanies the painting

2. Email a clear photo of your work and the artist signature to artandcollectors@gmail.com – a phone photo is fine.

3. Wait for us to email you an initial valuations email, then we can get started!



The valuation of an initial work of art is $275, then $220 for each subsequent valuation. For large collections we are also able to work at an hourly rate. If necessary, travel to and from your location is charged at $110 per hour.

We will begin valuing your work only once the valuation form, photos and payment are received. We will be in contact if further information is required. If you have time constraints that you need us to meet, please let us know in advance so we can accommodate you. 

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Please note, all prices are GST inclusive.

"Thank you for your visit today, it was most enjoyable. I appreciate your thoughtful information spread and look forward to receiving your appraisals of the art work at my brother in law’s home. It was a pleasant surprise to find someone so easy to talk to in regard to our needs as we have dealt with a range of people in the last few weeks who have made our life a slight bit more complicated than it should be. You made it so nice for a change, and I appreciate it so much. We look forward to receiving your appraisals."

– Dave S, Victoria


Getting your art collection valued is not only sensible, it can also be thrilling – just ask a recent corporate client of ours. Unbeknownst to them, in their company collection was an original print by preeminent artist Lin Onus. Prior to valuation, they were intending to liquidate the work at an office equipment auction. After valuation however, they learned that its genuine value was approximately $3000. Why not sidestep the guesswork and discover the real value of your collection?