Investing in the Best of Art History

Undeterred by economic turmoil, collectors globally are paying record sums for top-quality works. Now an alternative investment as part of a portfolio of assets, art is considered amongst traditional investments such as property or stocks and shares.

Here at Trinity House, we feel that there is a balance to be struck between art as an investment and art for enjoyment. It is important to personally engage with the artwork as part of its true value to enrich our lives aesthetically, as well as financially.

Naturally, people have different criteria when investing, from a particular period in art to an ability to invest at a certain price level. Over the next few months, we will be highlighting some of the works we have collated which we believe to be some of the finest & exquisite examples available to purchase…

HENRI EUGENE AUGUSTIN LE SIDANER
(FRENCH 1862 – 1939)

Le Chamber Bleu Villefranche Sur Mer, c 1927

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PETER LANYON (BRITISH, 1918 – 1964)

Climb Out, 1964

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Oil on canvas
18.0 x 21.0 in./ 45.7 x 53.3 cm (unframed size)
Signed lower right

Oil on canvas
18.0 x 21.0 in./ 45.7 x 53.3 cm (unframed size)
Signed lower right

ANDRE BRASILIER (FRENCH, BORN 1929)

Soleil couchant en Irlande, 1982

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PIERRE AUGUSTE RENOIR (FRENCH, 1841 – 1919)

Vue des Collettes a Cagnes, circa 1898

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Oil on canvas
21.14  x 28.62 in./53.70 x 72.70 (unframed size)
Signed lower right

Oil on canvas
7.8 x 13.0 ins / 19.8 x 33.0 cm (unframed size)
Signed lower left

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