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Buying art, interest free, interested?
If you want an original painting for your home then you can have it, with an interest free loan. Loans are available from 100 up to 2,000 over a period of up to 10 months. You can buy several items at a time or one or more items at different times from different participating artists and galleries, providing the total amount you owe does not exceed 2,000 at any one time.

How do I apply for a loan?
To be eligible for a loan you need to be aged 18 or over, resident in the UK and have a bank account or building society account that can operate standing orders. The artist will help you complete the credit agreement and after satisfactory credit checking, a standing order will set up to make your repayments. Standard terms and conditions apply to the scheme.

Do I have to pay anything up front?
Some artists and galleries may ask you to pay a deposit of 10%. This will be returned if, for any reason, your application is unsuccessful.

Are there any hidden extras?
No - there is no charge for credit (APR 0%). This means the total amount payable under the loan, and the deposit, is not more than the cash price of the piece(s) of work you purchased. There is no administrative charge or handling fee when you take out an interest free loan.

If you require any further information then please visit www.artscouncil.org.uk or phone 0845 300 6200.

Arts Council England
14 Great Peter Street London SW1P 3NQ

Karen Willis is pleased to support a Northern Arts initiative which makes it easier than ever to collect and enjoy the finest contemporary fine art.

The Art Purchase Plan is a 0% Interest credit facility. The Plan allows the purchaser to pay by Direct Debit over 12 months on any items between 100 and 2,000 at no interest. If you would like more details, or wish to apply for the Art Purchase Plan, simply email us at info@karenwillis.co.uk or telephone us for further information on 01670 505729.

The Art Purchase Plan is easy to initiate, and requires the completion of a credit application.

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