A guide to Art Insurance
Working within the art and heritage sector, you’ll want to ensure that your daily activities are adequately protected with art insurance that gives you peace of mind to pursue your passion with confidence.
Our art insurance covers for buildings and contents, public and employers' liability cover, and can also cover for business interruption and ensure all stock in your care is covered on an all risks basis, including incidents such as fire, flood, damage and theft.
As an Art Consultant, your role means that you will undoubtedly be exposed to many professional risks. From acquiring works of art on behalf of clients to negotiating sales, providing valuations to advising on issues such as framing, hanging and storage, you’ll want to ensure that your daily business activities are adequately protected with art insurance.
Whether you are painting in a workshop or studio, carrying out live performances in front of an audience or producing works on the premises of others, art insurance protects all types of creative works, ensuring your artworks are kept in perfect condition to avoid damage or loss.
If you own or manage a picture framing business, you’ll need specialist art insurance that will provide you with comprehensive cover and peace of mind that the unique pieces in your care are adequately covered, including your legal responsibilities regarding personal injury or property damage.
If you work as a restorer or conservator, you’ll need bespoke art insurance that protects you against the unexpected, whatever item you specialise in restoring from artwork to classic cars, ceramics to clothing. Art insurance will give you peace of mind that the unique pieces in your care are adequately protected.
As a sculptor, you may be exposed to several different risks in your daily activities, so you’ll want to make sure you are adequately insured with art insurance for all eventualities – you can then pursue your passion for sculpting with confidence.