Are Signed Doug Hyde Artist Prints a Good Investment?

These days, more and more people are finding the importance of arts in society. Art is the product of the creativity of every individual and thus many people are pursuing this for the love of their craft. One of the art collections that is very popular among art aficionados these days are Doug Hyde prints. But the main question is whether these Doug Hyde prints are worth investing in or not?

For people who are not familiar with Doug Hyde, he is an artist who was born in Bristol in 1972. Being raised in Bristol, he was seen to have great interest in art as a child. During that time, he spent numerous days mastering his craft by drawing and painting during school. Upon growing up, he realized in his mind that the path that he wanted to follow should have something to do with art.

From creating paintings in his free time, in 2002 he was named to be the best selling artist in the UK. However, he did not let success interfere with this personal life as he chose to work for his family while continuously returning to his artistry with enthusiasm.

In terms of his techniques of painting, Doug would paint on large canvases, which never fails to give every art piece a distinct characteristic. Simultaneously, he likes to use pastel colours in his artwork and paint with his fingers, which is a very unique way of coming up with his finished works.

So if you would like to be in the art prints business, it is important for you to look not only at the current status of the artist but also his or her future. If the artist is currently popular, it is not an assurance that the artist will still give you the same return on your investment after a number of years. As long as you understand this concept, it is certain that this business will give you a long term income that you need.

Talking about the artist, Doug Hyde prints have become very popular these days because of his characteristics. And for five years, his popularity has remained to be in the upper half of artists’ popularity charts.

However, you will notice these days that art prints are getting cheaper due to the recession and therefore it could be a very wise investment as if the artist remains popular as the economy picks up you could sell the art prints for much more especially if it is signed. The other thing to think about is how long you’re prepared to keep a signed art print for, if you view it as a long term investment then you may want to invest now when signed art prints are cheaper so you can hold on to it till after the artist has died. At this point the piece could become very valuable especially if it is signed.



Source by John Z Birch



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