10 Rules of Collecting Art

Has collecting art been a bucket list item of yours but seemed too intimidating? What is the best approach to starting a collection? What pieces of art should you be investing in?

We address these questions and more in our latest edition of the Sand Hill Interview Series “Ten Rules for Collecting Art.” Our Senior Wealth Manager, Elizabeth Cody, leads an engaging discussion with Amelia Manderscheid, Vice President and Senior Director of Contemporary Art at Bonhams.

Elizabeth and Amelia discuss the key aspects of starting and maintaining a valuable art collection that you will want to keep and display for decades to come. Topics they cover include:

-The key steps to creating an art collection
-Which artists to focus on and how many
-The costs associated with buying and collecting art
-How much art is really worth

To learn more about Sand Hill and how we strive to understand your entire financial picture, visit us at sandhillexperience.com.

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*The artwork depicted in this video was provided by Bonhams International for viewing purposes only and not available for sale.

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