Sell Your Warhol

If you’re looking to sell your Andy Warhol prints or paintings, contact Revolver for an immediate offer. When you sell with us, you’ll speak directly with the gallery owner for the entirety of the process. We even send you a market report that outlines the fair price for your artwork. After inspecting your piece, we pay you that same day.

We are the largest buyers of Warhol artworks, and are always looking to expand our collection!

Why Sell Warhol to Revolver Gallery?

We are the largest buyers of Andy Warhol screenprints and canvases.

We Pay More than Auction

Contact us for an immediate offer:

We Offer Same Day Pay

After a piece is inspected, we wire payment the same day. Auctions can take up to 9 months to get paid.

Avoid Auction Fees

Avoid auction related fees such as consignor commission, cataloging, marketing, and insurance costs.

The Benefits of Selling to Revolver

We make it easy to sell your Andy Warhol screenprints and paintings. Since 2012, we’ve specialized in buying and selling Warhol artworks exclusively, and continue to satisfy all of our clients with our fast, simple, and friendly process. Not only that, but we allow you to avoid auction fees and sell your artwork for the best price possible, as fast as possible. 

Revolver Gallery is the largest buyer and seller of Andy Warhol’s art in the world. We are a globally trusted source for the exchanging of Warhol artwork and memorabilia, so you can feel confident and assured when selling to Revolver. As Warhol experts, we buy all kinds of Warhol screenprints, paintings, and canvases from private collections.

Once we receive a photograph of your Warhol, we quickly evaluate your artwork and contact you quickly with an offer. For same-day payment, and 100% fair prices, call or email Revolver today.

How to Sell Andy Warhol Artwork to Revolver

  1. Snap some photos of your Warhol print or painting.
  2. Call (310) 234-5653, use the form below, or email us at
  3. Include your name, phone number, the title of your Warhol piece, and at least 1 photo.
  4. After a quick evaluation, Revolver will contact you within hours of your email.
  5. We’ll send you a market price breakdown and answer any questions you have—on the phone or via email.
  6. After we make a deal, we receive and inspect your artwork, and then you get paid!

When you call or email, you will speak to our professional staff and gallery owner who guide you through the process of selling your Warhol artwork. Our process is fast, easy and 100% secure. We offer same-day payment, and full insurance for your artwork. For certain rare or popular pieces, we can fly to you and pick up your Warhol promptly. Professional art handlers will acquire, package, and transport your artwork with 100% insurance guaranteed. Contact us for more details about selling your Warhol.

Warhol Artwork Pricing and Evaluation with no Obligation

For free evaluation and quotes, call or email Revolver Gallery. We proudly pay above auction price, and ensure that you sell your Warhol for the absolute best price possible. With our professional resources for appraisal, you’ll see exactly how much your Warhol is worth and why, free of charge.

Authentic Warhol prints and canvases range greatly in price. To determine the precise value of your Warhol, Revolver offers expert appraisal and evaluation. As the largest buyer of Warhol artwork in the world, you can trust us to determine the greatest possible earnings for your art. We guide you through the process so you know exactly what you’re getting, with full benefits, at the fair market value. Avoid expensive auction fees and sell your Warhol with Revolver Gallery today!

Insider’s Guide to Selling Warhol: Understanding the Value of Your Warhol

Selling Warhol artwork can be a daunting experience, especially for those who are not familiar with the art world. Taking into account that you are trying to sell a piece from one of the world’s hottest artists, it is necessary to speak to experts before selling your art. Below are some tips and an insider’s guide to navigating the selling process of the art world.

Determining Fair Market Value

The market value for Warhols changes weekly. Pieces are constantly being bought and sold in the public marketplace, and the availability of pieces fluctuates intermittently. Many sellers will call art galleries that frequently sell Andy Warhol pieces and ask for retail pricing, expecting to be able to sell their Warhol for that fee. However, while sales prices in galleries change, this may not be a fair representation of the market value for a Warhol you are trying to sell. Galleries have extensive contact lists and collectors, and they participate in expensive marketing to try and sell works at retail pricing.

When it comes to selling Warhols, there is also the factor of “blue chip” art. This term designates artists, such as Warhol, Pollock, and Picasso, whose work is estimated to have continual growth in worth, despite any changing factors in the general economy. Market value for “blue chip” art is thus determined by auction results. The top auction houses have tens of thousands of clients and the largest reach for selling Warhol canvases or screenprints. The selling price of a Warhol at auction is considered in the industry to be the fair market value for a work. Our experts can help you determine the market value of the Warhol you want to sell. Alternatively, consider looking at and running a report to determine the market value for your Warhol.

Auction Houses

Based on the above information, one might think it is smart to sell a Warhol through an auction house. They have the largest customer base and determine market value, so it may appear to be the best route for selling a piece, but the process is not as streamlined as it might seem, and you always run the risk of selling too low—or worse, not selling at all.

Working through auction houses can be a good experience, but it is necessary to understand the way auction houses work, to make the best decision on where to sell your Warhol. The net selling cost of a piece is factored by the price determined by the auction house, known as the “hammer price,” plus a 25% “buyer’s premium,” a fee on top of the hammer price. If a Warhol sells for $100,000, then $75,000 would go to the consignor who put the art up for auction. On top of that fee, the auction house will charge 10% as a commission, as well as up to 10% more for insurance, marketing, and other charges. When all is said and done, when you sell your Warhol through an auction house, you can expect to take home 60%-65% of the total sale price including the buyer’s premium.

Another factor to take into account when selling through an auction house is the time it takes to receive the money for your Warhol. It may take months before the sale takes place, and you can wait up to 6 months for payment.

Selling through a Gallery

Selling your Warhol art to Revolver Gallery is the fastest way to receive your money. At Revolver, we always pay the current market value for your art based on what you hope to receive at auction, and we won’t make you wait to put the piece up for sale. Also, Revolver pays sellers the same day the artwork is inspected. All things considered, that is up to 6 months faster than auction houses! Plus, we are one of the largest buyers of Andy Warhol screenprints and canvases in the world. Don’t hesitate to call or email us to sell your Warhol today.

Want to learn more about selling your Warhol print or painting? Check out our Sell Warhol FAQ for a deeper dive into the prospect of selling your art.

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