Art Hire

The rise in art hire now lets everyone  have great art on their walls, without the lifetime commitment and a large cash outlay.

This is great for peolpe like me who worry about tiring of a particular art piece and like to change things around regularly. If you want to refresh you room – change the paintings – it’s inexpensive decoration. Offices and boardrooms can be kept fresh and modern by regularly updating the art

If you can’t afford to buy the art your interested in you can hire it in the meantime.  Some artists, like Lucy, have schemes where once the rental time has expired, there is then a chance to purchase the artwork if you wish at retail price minus the rental amount already paid.

Art hire is not just a great way for consumers to enter the art world but for artists to have their work prominently displayed in a variety of locations – and be paid for it! A fantastic way to reach a wider audience.

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    sinbalas said,

    If great, but there are artists who are excellent and the idea of hiring art pictures I find spectacular, especially for artists that are already located in the world of art (in each country), which for them is a very good idea lease their paintings for income and continue to create art, greetings … sinBalas

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    Jacqui Ranui said,

    This really is a great idea – my sister-in-law leases art. As I visit her infrequently due to distance, she always has a new & interesting piece of art of the wall.


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