Upsilon Gallery specializes in selling artwork from a select group of blue-chip and established artists. Our qualified team can assist in determining and achieving the best price for your work, through effective promotion online and across our international network of galleries.
How it works
Submit your artworkSTEP 1
Exhibit for saleSTEP 2
Sold by UpsilonSTEP 3
Consign artworks by
Josef Albers - Jean-Michel Basquiat - Andy Warhol - Keith Haring - Damien Hirst - David Hockney - KAWS - Richard Diebenkorn - Roy Lichtenstein - Ed Ruscha - Robert Motherwell - Yayoi Kusama - Yoshitomo Nara - James Rosenquist - Sam Francis - Helen Frankenthaler - George Condo - Takashi Murakami - Joan Mitchell - Jasper Johns - Robert Rauschenberg - Ellsworth Kelly - Lee Ufan - Brice Marden.
The top 3 reasons to sell your work with Upsilon
No obligation, no pressureFree to consign
At Upsilon, we want to make it seamless and worthwhile to consign and resell art. By offering a free, no-obligation quote on what your work could be sold for, our team will work with you to ensure you receive the most competitive offers.
We're industry leadersOffering expert and specialist advice
Our international network2 galleries across 2 countries
While our standard practice is to offer maximum exposure of your artwork across our network, there may be times when you wish to be discreet with selling your property. We offer a private sales service for these requests. Please submit your artwork as usual and request a private sale.
Which artwork or artists do you accept for consignment?
Upsilon Gallery is currently accepting work on consignment from the following artists; Josef Albers, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, KAWS, Richard Diebenkorn, Roy Lichtenstein, Ed Ruscha, Robert Motherwell, Yayoi Kusama, Yoshitomo Nara, James Rosenquist, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, George Condo, Takashi Murakami, Joan Mitchell, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Ellsworth Kelly, Lee Ufan, and Brice Marden.
What information do I need to provide to submit a consignment?
To submit artwork for consignment, we require your first name and last name and email address and phone number so that we can contact you. In order for our advisors to advise you in the best possible way, we also require the following artwork details: the artist and artwork name, provenance, a brief description, COA if applicable, and a high-res image.
Do you accept artworks from artists that are not in the list above?
We are currently only accepting work on consignment from the artists listed above.
How long does it take to receive an estimate?
Once a request has been submitted, our art advisors will usually be in contact within 3 working days with an estimate.
Can I submit multiple items?
You can submit as many artworks for consideration as you wish using the form attached.
Do you accept artist submissions?
We do not accept direct artist submissions.
Does Upsilon charge for an estimate?
Upsilon Gallery does not charge to provide an estimate. It is free to consign artworks. Once sold the gallery takes a commission from the final sales price.
How long does it take for artwork to sell?
Our goal is to sell work within the 60 day consignment period. Of course, this can be much quicker and sometimes take a little longer.
Is there a charge to consign works with Upsilon?
It is free to consign works. Upsilon Gallery only takes a commission from the final sales price.
Who covers the shipping costs?
The gallery will pay for shipping costs to any buyer. If we can collect the work with one of our couriers we will do so complimentary. However, international clients may be required to cover costs relating to packing and shipping artwork to the gallery.
What happens if the artwork does not sell?
If an artwork does not sell after the agreed consignment period, this period may be extended or you can choose to keep the work.