Old Masters Market | Tools & Analysis
Demystifying the Old Masters market.
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Old Masters Market | Part 1
This is the first of a two-part online course on The Old Masters Market. This course offers an introduction to anyone interested in learning more about this particular sector of the global art market. For students or collectors who feel as though the Old Masters are a mystery to them, this course offers a step-by-step guide on the key market characteristics, value drivers, challenges and opportunities. The course also provides complimentary access to recent ArtTactic Old Masters Market reports and analysis.
The second part of this course will be launched in early September 2020, and will be available to all existing students who have signed up to this course at no additional cost.
In this course, Megan Corcoran Locke, Old Masters Researcher for ArtTactic, will guide participants through the basics of valuation of Old Master works, the structure of the market, analysis of historical performance and an exploration of the risks and opportunities associated with this sector of the arts.
The course Includes:
- Videos: The course includes access to 1h of online video content.
- Slides: The students can download pdf copy of the slides used in the presentations.
- Reports: Complimentary ArtTactic art market reports including the Special Edition London Art Week Old Master Reports for 2018 and as well as for 2019, as well as our Old Masters Market: 2019 in Review. (The combined value of these reports is £450).
- Test quizzes: A quick recap of some of the content and issues raised in the online lecture
Since 2016 Megan has served as the Gallery Manager for Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, a St. James’s gallery specialising in Old Master, 19th Century and Modern drawings and works on paper. The gallery mounts annual exhibitions of Master Drawings in both London and New York, issues regular catalogues, and participates in art fairs in London, Maastricht, Paris and New York. Outside of the gallery, Megan conducts market research on Old Master Paintings for auction data analytics company ArtTactic, working with both dealers and auction houses to expand their Old Masters database and expertise. Megan also works with the London Art Week team as an account manager, helping to develop one of the most prestigious dealer-led events of pre-Contemporary art in London. Prior to professionally entering the art world, Megan worked in financial services at Barclays Capital, having previously received her bachelor’s degree in art history from Harvard University and her master’s degree in art business from Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London.