It’s all about place and timing

“When it comes to selling works by major Australian or international artists, it is often best to take the work back to source. ‘Even a painting by Howard Arkley might be better sold in his home market of Melbourne,’ says David Hulme of Banziger Hulme Fine Art.

The work ‘Blue and Gold” by E.T. Compton, from 1908, was sold after exhaustive research by Banziger Hulme to find the Gallery in Old Bond Street, London,  that specialises in selling this artist’s work. …The aim of an art broker such as Sydney’s Banziger Hulme Fine Art Consultants is to educate and assist their clients in both the buying and selling of fine art.

Banziger Hulme also hold very popular art and investment seminars. A recent one at the Manly Art Gallery and Museum was attended by close to 100 people, and another was held at the Bank of Queensland for select clients. As an art broker does not purchase works to sell on, they can be impartial and discerning about how best to approach each project. Banziger Hulme welcomes anyone with a work or a photo of it, whether you would like to know the value or whether you are looking to sell…”

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Hi, my name is Brigitte Banziger and I am an art consultant and manager at Banziger Hulme Fine Art Consultants, Australia's art valuation and art advice experts. We specialise in art valuations for insurance purposes, for family division, deceased estates, superannuation funds and market values, and advise clients regarding purchase and sales of art (art brokerage). Our services are sought by private clients, companies, public galleries and councils alike. Our aim is to provide professional service with friendly, approachable manner.

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