Sell a Piece of Art
Have a piece of artwork you think is valuable and need help selling?
Paintings • High End Prints • Sculpture Modern Art • Pop Art
If you need help selling a piece of artwork you're in the right place! I've been buying, selling and appraising art for over 20 years and have a large group of clients with OVER $10,000,000 to spend on art!
How Does It Work?
Not every piece is appropriate, but let's talk and find out if yours is. You can request a free appraisal or send a message. If you're an artist, I'm sorry, but I can't help you appraise or sell your work.
- There is NO fee to the seller. Instead, there is a 10% charge to the buyer of the piece.
- Most pieces are sold in 24-48 hours!
- Payment is made using either a Bank Check, Bank Wire, Paypal, COD or in certain cases CASH. You will receive payment BEFORE you ship your piece.
- There is NO risk and I can provide a complete list of references.
- All art is transported through UPS, USPS, FEDEX or Craters and Freighters.
I buy all over the nation and have sold pieces for over $100,000 and am currently negotiating several million dollar pieces.
My clients don't buy at auction, and only buy pieces that have not been exposed or shopped around. They are from all over the U.S. and parts of Europe, and are serious purchasers.
For more information please contact Gary Dinnowitz at (860) 306-6338.
"Gary Dinowitz knows his art and his advice was truthful and fair. Not only did he help with the appraisal process, but he also found a buyer for my piece and made the whole process incredibly painless."
Unfortunately, at this time, I do not help artists value their art or sell their paintings.
Anything from a cruise line, sold in a hotel lobby. from TV auction (such as Global Fine Art) or by the artists listed below, as they have little resale value and are best sold on ebay.
- Peter Max
- Leroy Neiman Prints
- Blue Dog
- Thomas Kinkade
- Erte Prints
- Dali Prints
- Lee Reynolds
- Anything from Park West Gallery.
Looking for more information on how you can sell a valuable piece of art? Our article on ways to sell your art can help educate you to the benefits, drawbacks and dangers of auctions, art dealers and galleries.
I do not pressure people to sell me art, I actively buy art, but I do not make a living by it, you are free to sell to whomever you want. I have an active roster of clients who will purchase, or you can find one on your own, sell to a dealer or try the auction route. I would not suggest Ebay, unless piece has little value.