Londonâ€™s newest art gallery, The Indian Art Centre, claims that its mixture of Indian Art and Antiques will take every visitor on a journey of their own; helping reflect India in its richness, differences, mixture and complexity
Online PR News – 06-April-2013 – London – London, United Kingdom, April, 2013 -- One of the most awe-inspiring qualities of art, be it ancient or contemporary, is that a single piece can hold a different meaning for each person that sees it; a single painting can hold a separate meaning for every individual that stops to admire it because their perspective is altered by their personality and what theyâ€™ve experienced. Based on this principle, Londonâ€™s newest art gallery, The Indian Art Centre, claims that its mixture of Indian Art and Antiques will take every visitor on a journey of their own; helping reflect India in its richness, differences, mixture and complexity.
The Indian Art Centre website allows viewers to browse the gallery, which has also been dubbed an â€śonline curated showroom for Indian Art & Antiques,â€ť before deciding whether or not to request an in-person demonstration. According to Lucie Marchelot, owner of The Indian Art Centre, there is a growing demand for art online and the online Art Market is getting stronger with sales conducted via online galleries and online auctions. The centre has invested heavily into creating an online showroom with high resolution photography of each piece, combined with accurate descriptions - allowing people to view the pieces from the comfort of their own home.
â€śEach piece that we display on our website has been examined for signs of forgery and undergone significant research to help provide the buyer with as much information as possible on the pieces that they are most interested in. The Indian Art Centre ensures the legitimacy of every piece by using a combination of high-resolution photography and the skills that I picked up while earning my degree in Art History and the Art Market,â€ť explained Marchelot.
For those interested in selling Indian Art & Antiques, The Indian Art Centre offers a special consignment scheme for those wishing to sell their pieces through the gallery; rather than taking a sizeable commission from both the buyer and the seller, Marchelot says the gallery takes a small percentage of the sale on the seller's side to cover costs associated with marketing. The owner can keep hold of their individual piece until a sale is concluded, to help eliminate issues with delivery and insurance. An extensive list of collectors and dealers have already signed up to the Indian Art Centre, the website can be found at www.theindianartcentre.com.
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