Art To Invest In From Hidden Gallery

Chris's Top Picks

There are, I believe, a number of reasons for the growth of the market and the increase in interest in the sector. However, they are too complex to

reflect on here. I can without a doubt say that investing in rare art is thriving and that we are thrilled to be at the heart of such a vibrant sector.

In this article, I aim to answer the question I'm most often asked - "what should I invest in?" - by choosing five pieces that I believe offer

exceptional prospects for growth.




Pablo Picasso - Harlequin





A beautiful hand signed lithograph on Arches wove paper. Published in

1966 by Museu Picasso to celebrate the artists 85th birthday.

Taken from a series of paintings made in response to Picasso's vibrant

memories of people he encountered on the streets of Barcelona.
Hand signed by Picasso in pencil.
76 x 94cm framed.

Why invest in this work? - Every collection needs a Picasso and this is an

eye-popping work in perfect condition.

A steal at £ 9,750













Andy Warhol - Flash





A striking, original screen print in colour on wove paper.
Produced in an edition of 200 and signed in blue ball-point pen, on the

Measuring 53.2 × 53.3 cm.

Why invest in this work? - Warhol's work is seeing a rapid appreciation in

prices and this piece is an under the radar opportunity to own a striking

original work at an affordable price of £14,500.













Stik - Untitled, 2010



Signed, dated and dedicated on reverse in paint
Acrylic paint on canvas
Measuring 12.7 x 7.5 cm

Why invest in this work? - Alongside Banksy and Invader, the artist's work Is

internationallyrecognised. However he rarely publishes work, so original pieces like

this seldom become available.













Salvador Dali - Le Telephone, 1975



Signed and numbered in pencil
Etching and engraving and pochoir in colours on Arches paper, with full margins
Image: 49.5 x 35.5 cm
Sheet: 67 x 47.5 cm
Numbered CVI/CL (The total edition was 530)

Why invest in this work? - This work meets the criteria of being an immediately recognisable work

by the artist.This image could be produced by none other than Dali. A very affordable entry point to

collecting rare art.











Pablo Picasso - Colombe de la Paix, 1961




Lithograph in colors on Arches paper,
sheet 19 5/8 x 25 5/8in (49.8 x 65cm)
a proof aside from the edition of 200

Why invest in this work? - The ‘Dove of Peace’ is arguably the most iconic and globally

recognised image from the artist’s entire output. As such it is extremely sought after and

very rarely found in its hand signed form.
Despite being almost 60 years old, this work is in beautiful condition and is a real head


Wow your friends and hang a Picasso on your wall!



November 8, 2021