An art adviser can perform a number of tasks for high-net-worth collectors.
As well as guiding them through – and facilitating access to – the array of shows, sales, fairs and auctions that comprise the international art market, an art adviser can arrange for more prosaic matters, such as transportation and valuation, to be taken care of.
This range of services is a result of the multifaceted nature of the international art world that collectors inhabit. The Spear’s list below reflects this, featuring gallery owners, auctioneers, independent advisers and finance specialists, among others who can assist on all matters of art collecting.
Spear’s publishes annual rankings of the top private client advisers and service providers to HNWs. These are drawn up on the basis of peer nominations, client feedback, telephone and face-to-face interviews, data supplied by firms, as well as information gathered by the Spear’s editorial and research teams.
The art advisers featured are included in the table below, along with their Spear’s ranking and focus.
Click on the individual names to be directed to more detailed profiles of each adviser on spears500.com. The table is ordered alphabetically by surname.
To explore all the Spear’s indices, and to use our find-an-adviser tool to identify the private client adviser who is right for your specific requirements, go to the Spear’s 500 website.
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