Category Archives: Art Insurance

Recent Success Stories

Recently, I received an email from a new Art Gallery in Texas.  She and the partner have been in the prereferral part of the art business.  Their experiences were in promotion and advertisement of Artist.  A few years past, they had an opportunity to open a pop-up gallery selling prints, Paintings and non-fragile sculptures in a busy section of Galveston.  They were at the stage of having the first show in a permanent location; this is when, they turned to me, for their Art Insurance needs.  I was able to secure a great Fine Art Insurance policy for $1,300.  This covered $50,000 on location, unnamed locations and $20,000 transit.

So I rode into the sunset feeling good about the terms, cost and turnaround time, for my new client.

Call me Anytime 212 566-1881 ext 111 for ART Gallery Insurance

www.artInsuranceNow.com for applications

Can we be competitive with your Present Fine Art Insurance

If you are involved in the art world, I can insure your exposures.

• Commercial Art
• Art and Antique Dealers
• Restore and Conservators
• Museums
• Private collectors
• Large or Small inventories.
• Domestic or International.
• Art Fair transportation, while at fair,
shipped to collectors
• Art loaned to Museums or non- profits,
• Art being shipped or carried on board,
• Coverage for special events, Parties,
Gala’s, Dinners.
• Non-profit organizations and more

There are special policies so broad that besides the standard theft or breakage coverage’s it actually includes mold and devaluation of the art pieces due to a loss.

The premiums begin around $2,500 for about $250,000 worth of protection.

Recent successes: An Art dealer who brings works to various fairs and sells from her private gallery just purchased this policy

$300,000 premises limit
$300,000 unnamed location
$300,000 while in transit

We set the unnamed location limit and transit limit as matching limits to avoid any gaps in coverage.

Premium is $3100 with $1,000 deductible.

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