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Amid the economic turmoil of 2022, investment in luxury assets grew – with fine art experiencing an annual boost of 29.4% (Knight Frank Luxury Index 2023)
ART MARKET CONFIDENCE HITS 7 YEAR HIGH
Amid the economic turmoil of 2022, investment in luxury assets grew – with fine art experiencing an annual boost of 29.4% (Knight Frank Luxury Index 2023)
2024 SAW A RECORD RISE IN GLOBAL ART MARKET SALES
Amid the economic turmoil of 2022, investment in luxury assets grew – with fine art experiencing an annual boost of 29.4% (Knight Frank Luxury Index 2023)

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…Edward is professional offering a real personal service. I’m now looking forward to the day we make a profit with my first investment so I can re-invest. Looking forward to an exciting future with Grove Gallery!

GREAT EXPERIENCE

…Grove square galleries have been incredibly professional and kept me up to date when I bought artwork from them. I got updated almost every month…  I will definitely be coming back again and thank you for coming through for me.

SAFE INVESTMENTS

…Made my first Art investment! Marcus was very informative in the process and made it easy for me to understand, as this is a new market for me. Would definitely recommend Marcus and Grove Gallery.

WOULD RECOMMEND

…Couldn’t be more satisfied with my recent investment. The procedure and investment was explained exceptionally well. The art work is also amazing. Richard has kept intouch throughout and helped me with everything.
Recently visited the gallery and the exhibition was wonderful.

Make serious profit from the art market.

Invest in art from just £3,000

We will show you how to generate 8% to 12% from investment-grade art every year, plus:

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Historical Returns.

With Art’s non-correlation to traditional markets, an investment into art acts as the perfect investment hedge against market volatility. With full asset ownership, your funds are secured against a tangible asset with an inherent value. 

CEO James Ryan Talks to Kay Burley on Sky News about Stony

In August 2022, James Ryan was invited on to Sky News to speak with Kay Burley following the tragic death of Stony to brain cancer.

Stony was a an extremely talented artist and a larger-than-life character. He produced extremely unique artwork which showed ties to urban and street art, with twists of abstraction and features of his own, personal quotes and mantras. He was heavily inspired by his life and family and particularly, in recent years, his battle with cancer.

Grove Gallery currently represents the Stony estate.

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Grove Gallery, Switzerland

Grove Gallery has expanded into international markets with the location of Switzerland being the natural choice for our new seasonal gallery.

Our seasonal gallery in Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland is now open and is attracting
a interest from Swiss and international art collectors and the world’s press.

From London to Switzerland, Grove’s 2023 seasonal Gallery will be nestled amongst some of the world’s most renowned alpine peaks.

Villars, located 2 hours from Geneva, famous for it’s luxury industries and just 40 minutes from Montreux – Switzerland’s jazz capital, Grove Villars will be in the epicentre of culture, glamour and sophistication.

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Make serious profit from the art market.

Invest in art from just £3,000

We will show you how to generate 8% to 12% from investment-grade art every year, plus:

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The Main Benefits of
Art Investment

Video – Aura, a Solo Exhibition By Elena Gual attended by Jack Whitehall

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TAKE A LOOK AROUND OUR GALLERY

Grove Gallery

Grove Gallery is an established London-based art gallery offering inexperienced as well as established collectors an avenue for exploration and discovery. Using a cutting-edge blend of digitally innovative and physical exhibitions, our gallery’s Fitzrovia space offers a perpetually changing, year-round programme of dynamic talks and events, running in tandem with an artist-led exhibition schedule, celebrating contemporary art from around the world.

FAQs

The investment-grade artwork we deal with here at Quantus Gallery ranges from approximately £5,000 to £10,000 although you could start your portfolio from as little as £2,000 and there is no limit to the amount you could invest.
 

Ideally, you should aim to hold on to the artwork for between 2 to 3 years although, to maximise your returns, you should aim for between 3 to 5 years.

Our pricing model includes insurance and storage of the artwork so the price you pay is fixed and final. There is a single commission at the end of the investment which is 20% of the profit of the final sale price of the artwork.

The artwork is stored in a London-based facility through our storage partner who specialise in the transportation and storage of museum-grade artwork. The exact location cannot be published for security reasons.

Grove Gallery will assist you in selling the artwork by either placing the work with a private collector from our extensive network, hanging the work for sale in our gallery, marketing the work online through art platforms such as Artsy and Artnet, or placing the work with an auction house.

If you experience a change of circumstances and need to sell the artwork quickly, please get in touch with us and we will endeavor to find a buyer as quickly as we can.
 
If you experience a change of circumstances and need to sell the artwork quickly, please get in touch with us and we will endeavor to find a buyer as quickly as we can.
 
Yes. Capital Gains Tax is payable on the profit generated from the sale of a work of art worth £6,000 or more. However, for the tax year 2021-2022 your personal capital gains tax allowance is £12,300 so, unless you have used all of this allowance, the gains will be free of tax. Please do not take this information as tax advice and refer to a tax advisor for information regarding your own personal tax situation.
 
Art is not a liquid asset and like any asset, the value of art can rise as well as fall. Depending on the artist’s performance and their future collectability, there may be a risk that the projected returns are not achieved.
 
Art investments have averaged a return of 8.43% since 2000 and have outperformed the FTSE by over 400% between 2000 and 2020 and there is nothing to suggest that these returns aren’t set to continue. Therefore, conservatively, we predict the equivalent of a return of approximately 8.5% per annum.
 
Apart from galleries closing their doors during the pandemic and more sales taking place online, the art market has performed very well during the pandemic and the latest studies suggest that art prices have increased by an average of 16% since the start of Covid. In fact, the art market is one of the only investment vehicles that has managed to resist the downturn that has affected the financial world.
 
The overriding reason is that the art market does not correlate with the equity markets. The factors that affect equities do not influence the art world. The property market has been directly affected by social isolation and high street banks are doing their utmost to simply stay afloat. However, as long as art physically exists and can be bought and sold then it remains unaffected by socio-economic fluctuations.
 
Quite simply because you will own a tangible, physical asset. By investing in stocks, bonds, or ISAs you are investing in an idea or an assumption that the economy and the markets will work in your favour and gain you capital return. With art you own the asset outright and, should you wish, you can view it in person or even hang it in your own home.
 

Quite simply because you will own a tangible, physical asset. By investing in stocks, bonds, or ISAs you are investing in an idea or an assumption that the economy and the markets will work in your favour and gain you capital return. With art you own the asset outright and, should you wish, you can view it in person or even hang it in your own home.

Whilst nobody would blame you for being overly cautious in the current environment, it should be noted that the value of your savings is currently dropping by the day. The current UK inflation rate is higher than any savings account that can be found from UK banks which means that holding on to your money is actually decreasing your overall net-worth and your purchasing power. This means that now is, in fact, the perfect time to make your finances work for you by investing in art.

By owning a tangible asset such as a piece of art, you have security in something physical that is not affected by news reports or market movements. Grove Square Galleries will provide certificates of ownership and a valuation so you will have all of the documents you need for insurance and security and, more importantly, peace of mind. We also offer you the option of professional storage so you can be sure that nothing untoward will ever happen to your investment.

Artwork by Elena Gual – 1980’s, 2017, Oil on Canvas

The Art Market is booming.
The time to invest is now.

Art is a global commodity. It can be bought and sold between collectors anywhere on earth, making it a truly worldwide market. With the long-term, worldwide trend of increasing wealth, alongside a growth in knowledge around Art, a much larger community has started to be interested in collecting and investing in the market.

An investment in Art provides an existing investment portfolio with further balance, and exposure to new growth markets. The investment grade art market, has outperformed all comparable asset classes over the last decade. Since 1950 the Art market has averaged returns between 4.20% – 11.30% Per Annum.

141% ROI

Fine art increased in value by 141% over the past decade.

With the long-term, worldwide trend of increasing wealth, alongside a growth in knowledge around Art, a much larger community has started to be interested in collecting and investing in the market.

$5.8 BN

Christie's Fine Art & Auction Revenue
2019 - 2020.

Between the 1st June 2019 and 30th June 2020 the average percentage profit achieved by our clients was 25.2%. With full asset ownership, your funds are secured against a tangible asset with an inherent value.

London Gallery

156 New Cavendish St,
Fitzrovia, London,
W1W 6YW

Swiss Gallery

Avenue Centrale 95
1884 Villars Sur Ollon
Switzerland

NEW YORK OFFICE

45 Rockefeller Plaza 20th FL,New York, NY 10111,United States

AUSTRALIAN OFFICE

103/18-20 Dale StreetBrookvale2100

Contact

Phone: 020 8103 4905
Int: +44 20 8103 4905
Email: info@grovegallery.com

last call before our waiting list starts

From September 2023 we will be locking down our fine art investment ownership and you will have to join a waiting list. To add Fine Art Investments to your portfolio fill your details below and one of our advisors will be in-touch.

By submitting this form you agree to our terms & conditions

last call before our waiting list starts

From September 2023 we will be locking down our fine art investment ownership and you will have to join a waiting list. To add Fine Art Investments to your portfolio fill your details below and one of our advisors will be in-touch.

By submitting this form you agree to our terms & conditions

last call before our waiting list starts

From September 2023 we will be locking down our fine art investment ownership and you will have to join a waiting list. To add Fine Art Investments to your portfolio fill your details below and one of our advisors will be in-touch.

By submitting this form you agree to our terms & conditions

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