Biltmore Loan can grant collateral loans on various forms of artwork such as paintings and sculptures. In addition, we can also give cash for art through an outright purchase.
Our reputation in high-asset buying and lending coupled with our extensive network of art experts and collectors, Biltmore Loan is able to provide top dollar on fine art pieces and other valuable items. If you have artwork that you want to sell or use as collateral for a loan, please call or email us us for a no-obligation estimate.
What is the fine art loan or purchase process?
The process of selling or using fine art as collateral for a loan is easy and convenient. All you need to do is bring in your item for appraisal and Biltmore Loan will present you with an offer for a loan or a sale. You will receive cash immediately if you agree to the offer or terms of the loan.
In our 30 years in the business, we have gained the knowledge, experience, and expertise to appraise items taken to us accurately—from famous art pieces to contemporary works. We also have an extensive network of art dealers, brokers, and appraisers to assist us in finding the true value of a piece.
Are pieces used as collateral for an art loan kept safe and secure?
All artwork used as collateral are insured by Lloyd’s of London and stored in a secure, safe and temperature-controlled environment to ensure that the integrity and original condition of the piece are maintained.
How do I obtain an art loan or get cash for art?
In order to speed up the appraisal process, please call or email us with the following information:
- Name and title of the piece
- An image of the artwork (front/back/signature shots would be helpful)
- The dimensions (size) and medium (oil-on-canvas, bronze sculpture, etc.)
- Original purchase invoice or paperwork that came with the artwork
Certain pieces require a large amount of research, analyzing past auction results and consulting with various experts in the art business. For this reason, please include as much relevant literature or additional documentation you think may be helpful in determining the value of your artwork.
What types of art or artists do you accept as part of fine art loans or purchases?
We accept a wide variety of paintings, sculptures and other artwork from many artists including, but not limited to, the following:
|Alexander Calder||Marc Chagall|
|Andrew Wyeth||Mark Rothko|
|Andy Warhol||Martin Grelle|
|Ansel Adams||Mary Cassatt|
|Claude Monet||Maxfield Parrish|
|David Hockney||MC Escher|
|Diego Rivera||Pablo Picasso|
|Edgar Degas||Paul Cezanne|
|Edouard Manet||Paul Gauguin|
|Edvard Munch||Paul Klee|
|Edward Hopper||Peter Max|
|Fernando Botero||Pierre-Auguste Renoir|
|Georgia O’Keeffe||Piet Mondrian|
|Henri Toulouse||Rene Magritte|
|Jackson Pollock||Robert Bateman|
|Jacob Lawrence||Roy Lichtenstein|
|Jasper Johns||Salvador Dali|
|Joan Miro||Sandro Botticelli|
|Leroy Neiman||Vincent Van Gogh|
|Lautrec Romare Bearden||Wassily Kandinsky|
Owning artwork is mostly a creative and subjective preference, but it can also increase your financial leverage. If you want to liquidate the value of an art piece, Biltmore Loan can help you. Please use our appraisal form to get a free appraisal from us. You can also head directly to our Chandler and Scottsdale locations where walk-ins are welcome.
670 N 54th St, Chandler, AZ 85226
10830 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
If you want to learn more about our services, please visit our how it works page.