Tips and resources for Art Advisors to add more value to your clients.
As an art advisor, your business priority is simplifying the art acquisition process for your clients and informing their collection choices. But, like many in the industry today, you may be looking for new ways to add value and grow your business. One way to do this is by understanding and addressing your clients’ need to ensure that their passion is protected through adequate insurance on their collection.
If your client already has itemized fine art coverage, newly acquired items are automatically included in your policy for up to 90 days for up to 25% of their limit. This includes a purchase at an art fair or while visiting a gallery. With this coverage, your clients can focus on their passion first, knowing that they have coverage in place. If your clients take an item on approval prior to purchase, Chubb has them covered. Our policy provides coverage for works on loan or consignment.
If you are assisting a client with a commissioned work, you can have peace of mind that all risk coverage is in place, up to $100,000.
Watch how Chubb responded after a client's painting was stolen from their home and recovered years later.
Watch how Chubb responded when a painting in progress was damaged from a fire in the artist’s studio.
It is important that collectors are proactive in taking the necessary steps to ensure their newly acquired artwork is preserved for generations to come. By providing resources and educational tips on how they can preserve their collections, you can help them reduce their chances of loss in the future.
How to minimize risks that your clients face
Protect your artwork
Protecting your art and valuables from Mother Nature’s wrath
How to preserve different types of art
Getting smart about moving your art
6 tips for selecting the right art storage facility
Fine art checklist
Why you need an appraisal for your collectibles — and how to get one
Client testimonial: Ronald & Noah