Category: Fine Art

Collateral Loans on Fine Art – A Quick Lesson on Cubism

Collateral Loans on Fine Art  – A Quick Lesson on Cubism

New York Loan Company, the leading luxury pawnshop in Manhattan, grants loans on fine art.yThis includes both modern and contemporary artwork, particularly pieces associated with household name artists and thus strong secondary markets. There are many facets to modern art including Cubism, Pop-Art, Abstract Expressionism, and Photorealism to name a few. Cubism might be one … Continue reading Collateral Loans on Fine Art – A Quick Lesson on Cubism

Artist Spotlight: KAWS

Artist Spotlight: KAWS

New York Loan Company, based in Manhattan, makes collateral loans against modern and contemporary artwork.  This upscale pawnshop both purchases and lends against artists like Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, and Jean-Michael Basquiat. New York Loan also works with up-and-coming artists that may not yet be household names, but have established themselves as successful … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: KAWS

How to Obtain a Pawn Loan on Contemporary Art

How to Obtain a Pawn Loan on Contemporary Art

There are hundreds of recent articles about the “new art market” and how contemporary art is revolutionizing the way collectors and investors are purchasing. New York Loan recognizes that while the market is always fluctuating, their unique ability to provide pawn loans against fine art remains in demand. “We’ve watched the art market change significantly … Continue reading How to Obtain a Pawn Loan on Contemporary Art

New York Loan Company Buys Fine Art and Memorabilia

New York Loan Company Buys Fine Art and Memorabilia

New York Loan Company’s west coast counterpart, Beverly Loan Company, has been in the collateral lending business for over 75 years, loaning against luxury jewelry, complicated watches, fine art, one-of-a-kind memorabilia, and other high-end goods.  Jordan Tabach-Bank, the third generation owner and CEO of New York Loan Company, is also known as the Pawnbroker to … Continue reading New York Loan Company Buys Fine Art and Memorabilia