Skagen, Denmark: Land of Light and ArtKrøyer Sommerdag ved Skagens Sønderstrand 1884

Skagen is the second-largest fishing port in Denmark and the home of a striking school of painting, only recently commanding impressive prices at auctions across Europe.

Colour Rendering for Museum-Quality ArtJoaquin_Sorolla_y_Bastida_-_La_playa_de_Valencia

Understanding colour rendering in the context of the magical paintings by Joaquín Sorolla, 19th century Spanish ‘painter of light’

Overstone Art Market Liquidity Insights 2020Harco van den Oever - Overstone Art

While 2020 was clearly a volatile year in the art market, the second half included sustained online activity. Although the market contracted 40% in volume, the total number of offered lots sold well, and the overall market liquidity (as measured by the Overstone liquidity scoring system) rose over 2020. Our Expert Guest, Harco van den Oever, CEO of Overstone Art tells us more.

Displaying Art Collections in Space HotelsView on earth from space hotel

With a nascent space tourism sector looking to move humankind into orbit sometime this decade, why not ponder a museum-quality art collection while we gaze from a space hotel at beautiful planet Earth? Our guest writer, Chloe Aboud, tells us more.

What are the Lindisfarne Gospels?Carpet page from the Lindisfarne Gospels with stylised cross and colourful knot work.

The Lindisfarne Gospels (created in 715 AD by Bishop Eadfrith) consist of 259 leaves of vellum (calf skin) depicting the four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

Museum Deaccessioning vs. The Thriving Online Art MarketChloe Aboud

The stark contrast between the buzzing art market in 2021 and the grappling museum industry could not be more pronounced. Our guest writer, Chloe Aboud comments on how museum deaccessioning could help the museum sector to survive the pandemic.

Protecting the Value of Fine Art and Luxury ItemsRetro compass old map

ArtRatio is launching a pilot programme to help collectors and retailers estimate the risk of gradual damage on art and luxury items, pre-empting potential drops in market value and proving good ownership to insurers.

Risk Mitigation for Fine Art and Specie InsurersVintage jewelry

We discuss why mitigating the risk of gradual damage to art and luxury items is necessary to protect their long-term market value and ensure the continuity of insurance premiums.

Cross-Selling in the Online Art and Luxury SectorBlack woman's hands with gold jewelry

If the online art & luxury trade provided more customer value through cross-selling, it could add an extra $12.5 Billion to the sector.

The Problem with Due Diligence in the Art MarketRoll World Dice Global Risk Art

Due diligence in an art transaction is about verifying what you are buying and who you are dealing with, so as to minimise your exposure to risk. Our Expert Guest, Pandora Mather-Lees from gives some essential advice in this regard for collectors.