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Fine Art Investing

An investment platform offering the chance to buy fractional shares of a valuable piece of art.

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Get Fractional Ownership of Artwork

Invest a prorated amount of the artwork’s total value and become part-owner of a valuable asset.

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Sell Using the Bulletin Board

If you invest in art and need to sell your shares, you can access a secondary market using Masterworks’ bulletin board.

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Why Masterworks

Low Investment Requirements

Masterworks offers access to artwork investments starting at just $20 a share. While some investments require more, it’s easy for anyone to invest.

Access to a Secondary Market

You aren’t stuck with your investment if you need to liquidate fast. Unlike real estate, for example, you can liquidate fast.

Recession-Proof Asset

Art often outperforms the S&P 500 returns and is recession-proof, which is a great way to diversify your portfolio during hard times.

Diversify Your Portfolio With Masterworks

If you’re looking for a way to diversify your portfolio, look to a recession-proof and high-value investment like artwork. You don’t have to be an accredited investor or even understand artwork. Instead, you can leverage the research and data provided by Masterworks to make valuable investments for your portfolio.

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