Salvador Dali artwork offers investment potential for all budgets



2015-06-26 12:45:21

Salvador Dali artwork offers investment potential for all budgets

The record for a Salvador Dali artwork was broken last year but there are still bargains to be found

Salvador Dali's artwork shocked his generation and inspired those of the future. His influence can be seen in the works of prominent artists such as Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons.

There are several good reasons to purchase high-quality art, but for investors with an eye on portfolio diversity there can only be one key consideration: will it produce a profit in years to come?

The current buoyancy of the Salvador Dali artwork and collectibles market suggests that investors purchasing pieces now could be in a strong position in the future.

Dali signed photographs have risen in value by 11.72% pa since 2000, from 325 ($510) to 1,100 ($1,725), according to the PFC40 Autograph Index.

In 2011 Dali's 1929 work Portrait de Paul Eluard sold for 13.48m ($20.94m) at Sotheby's - a record for Dali, and 169.6% above its 5m estimate.

Yetopportunities exist to own artwork by Dalifor significantly more manageable sums.

We have a superb original signed sketch by the Spanish surrealist available right nowfor just 18,000 (approx. $28,000).

Salvador Dali artwork

The workis accompanied bya certificate of authenticity from the Galerie St Tropez stating that it originates from the collection of his wife, Gala Dali. She is thought to be the subject of the work.

It offers terrific value for money when compared with similar pieces by Dali. In 2003, an ink and pencil Dali drawing achieved $478,400.

As with all our stock items, you will also receive:

A certificate of authenticity with lifetime moneyback guarantee

Free insured delivery

Free storage (if required)

To purchase the Salvador Dali artwork or to discuss other investment opportunities, please contact us at:

+44 (0) 117 933 9503

Or click here to view our other rare pieces of art for sale.

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