3 edition of The Art of Insuring People found in the catalog.
The Art of Insuring People
Gerald Eugene Howard
by Author"s Castle Publisher
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||74|
As demand for art starts to rebound, the Insurance Information Institute recently put out some helpful insurance tips for those who have recently bought a valuable piece of art or have a whole collection.. We’ve combined those tips with helpful advice from other posts to create this guide for insuring art. Find out what your existing insurance covers: Before or soon after you buy a piece of. When artists ship their work, generally they are responsible for insuring it; the carrier then bears liability for damage. Some artists may maintain an insurance policy for works consigned to galleries that do not insure the art in their possession -- the .
Hi! Davis here! I’ve taken over the blog from Arlene this week. I wanted to write about something that is an extremely important part of being an art collector and owner: insuring your art. Every week we get numerous questions from collectors and owners about art including: how to sell art, what to look for when framing your art, and the best way to take care of your art. 'Creator is the King and Content is the Kingdom'. To decode the art of content making Entrepreneur India, spoke with talented Indian influencers and .
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The brokers at these companies are specialists who understand fine art and how to protect it. Even then, ask questions. So many things have changed since The Art of Selling Intangibles first appeared in the '80s and became an industry classic.
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For some people, their home owner's or rental insurance may cover the cost of their artwork in case theft or disaster occurs. For others, if the art is much too valuable, this coverage may be insufficient.
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Instead, people should be insuring items for their retail replacement value, which means getting an appraiser to assess art works or other collectibles on that basis every few years.The Art Of Dealing With People is a complete Source-book for those who wish to develop people-skills. The author lays down tested methods of getting along with people.
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