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With the ever-increasing interest in investment in fine art, this timely and informative course explores the use and performance of fine art as a financial asset. The course facilitates discussions regarding what a painting is worth and why; if a work of art can be used as collateral and how buyers should approach 'investing' in art. Participants gain an understanding of how fine art maintains its value over time, learn about the varying collecting categories within fine art and observe how an art investment compares with other types of financial investments.

The Details
  • Course Dates

    Course Dates

    Evening Course: Wine Reception 6.00pm; Lectures 6:30 - 7.45pm

    Date: Tuesdays; 31 January, 7, 21, 28 February, 7, 14 March (term break 14 February), 2017
  • Faculty


    Iain Robertson, Head, Art Business Studies, London
    Ruth Knowles, Senior Director, Investor Relations & Marketing, The Fine Art Fund
  • Course Fees

    Course Fees

    £395 (£375 if booked by 3rd January, 2017)

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    Course Timetable

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  • Further Information

    Further Information

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    Sindy Mak, Public Programs Manager
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    Tel: +44 (0)20 7462 2490 

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