Do You Know How to Take Care of Your Art? Take Our Quiz and Find Out

 In Art & Gallery News, Art Puzzles & Trivia

We love art, and we’re betting you do too. That is why we want to give you some expert tips on how to keep your art looking as beautiful as the day you first laid eyes on it.

For example, do you know how to clean a painting without removing the paint, or the ideal way to display it to avoid damage?

Find out with our new quiz all about the right (and wrong) ways to protect and display your art.

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If you’re looking for a work of art to care for and enjoy for years to come, contact our gallery consultants at (800) 521-9654 ext. 4 or sales@parkwestgallery.com with questions about collecting.

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT CARING FOR AND DISPLAYING ART:

 

The Park West Artists

Now that you’ve learned how to care for art, discover the artists who create the amazing works you can collect from Park West Gallery with our artist profile video series.

Our family of artists consists of some of the most renowned names in contemporary art, including Peter Max, Romero Britto, Autumn de Forest, Scott Jacobs, and Lebo. By working directly with these artists, we are able to provide collectors with authentic and beautiful works straight from their studios.

Park West has also built a collection of masterworks by some of history’s greatest artists, including Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Rembrandt van Rijn, Marc Chagall, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. This collection, 50 years in the making, gives collectors the opportunity to own a piece of art history.

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  • Valerie
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    How do I go about getting a certified copy of what my art that I bought on a cruise is worth. I need to get my pieces covered by insurance. I received the certificate for only one and I bought 4. I think there is a charge of $25.

  • Kim
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    Any special recommendations for cleaning artwork like that by Slava Ilyayev that has particularly thick paint and is prone to collect dust, but is also fragile? Would you still use a feather duster?

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Artist Matt BeyrerJoseph Forêt, Salvador Dalí, and the engraver, Raymond Jacquet, examining one of the engravings from "The Divine Comedy." (Photo credit: Eduard Fornés)