Start Your Own Fine Art Collection

Start Your Own Fine Art Collection

BY ANANT ART · DECEMBER 29, 2016

The demonetisation crisis has left many perplexed and brought the economy to a new shift. This has also affected the contemporary art market in India. At a time when the new art season is beginning and galleries and fairs are aiming to attract more new collectors, a sense of confusion is in the air. Nevertheless many see a positive sign in this latest development which will result in more transparency and accountability. Experts believe that this will not affect auction houses as they deal in legitimate transactions. Things will remain the same for high end galleries which do not directly deal in cash and maintain a proper account of their transactions. This is where online galleries also come into picture where the transactions are carried out through debit/credit cards and other forms of e-payments. Anant Art is built on the foundations of integrity, quality and service. We strongly believe in ensuring that the featured artworks in our online gallery meet the standards and also ensure that the buying is done through legal methods.

If we examine some recent statistics, 10% of the world collectors are below the age of 40; 8% are between 30 and 40; and a promising 2% below 30. Our attempt is to captivate the imagination of these groups and provide them a satisfactory buying experience. But why should someone collect art, especially a new collector? Artworks reflect the times we live; it provides a unique sensorial experience and adds an aesthetic charm to our lives. Besides they also enhance your ideas of beauty and life. It complements your lifestyle and worldview. Many see contemporary art as something intimidating and thus keep away from it. We advise you to take that initial step by browsing our website and explore the wide range of works. Also go through the artist's biographies and statements to familiarise yourself with the intention behind its creation. This will help in understanding the artwork through its medium, artistic intention, aesthetic value, etc. Also do visit our offline shows to have a view our artworks and for a possible interaction with the artists.

Our unique virtual art gallery offers affordable art from the nation's most acclaimed artists. Our expert panel carefully selects each artist and artwork so that you can purchase paintings, prints, and sculpture with confidence and ease. Anant Art is your vehicle to embark on a unique visual and aesthetic journey to experience and own the gems of Indian contemporary art. Our attempt is to build a new generation of art collectors and patrons by offering them the convenience and flexibility of a virtually curated platform.

With the profusion of online galleries a new collector has access to a diverse range of platforms. But the important question you may face is where to buy from? Anant Art's carefully selected artworks and its curated sections are also intended to attract the young collectors who are looking to build their personal collections. Unlike many other online galleries who have diversified their products we only specialise in contemporary fine arts. Anant Art Gallery established in the 2000s played a significant role in promoting contemporary Asian art and defined new standards in art representation. This gives it the experience and reputation that collectors could rely upon. Our artist list includes established and emerging talents from India. We recommend you invest in building a small collection and gradually expand. Our team of experts will help you in this. Besides we also specialise in guiding young collectors to help select works for their interiors, ways to display work and its preservation.

The accessibility to art in internet age has increased notably. Our vibrant social media pages constantly update details about the artists, their works and their new achievements. It also increases your awareness about the latest arrivals, art market, and expert opinions. Therefore a young collector should also actively follow our social media pages to know the latest trends. It is time now to actively engage with the art that inspires you. Let us expand the boundaries and join together in an exciting journey to discover art and beauty.

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