Representative 0% APR interest free loan
Owning original artwork couldn’t be easier. At Art2Arts, we are pleased to offer 10 months interest-free credit* through Arts Council England's Own Art interest free loan scheme. The scheme is designed to make it easy and affordable to buy original, high-quality artwork.
You can purchase any artwork on the site, or commission an artist between £100 - £2500 and spread the cost over 10 monthly instalments (typical example: artwork costs £300; 10 monthly payments of £30).
No deposit is required; however, if you would prefer to make an initial payment you can use the scheme as part payment and spread the remaining amount (typical example: artwork costs £300; you would like to pay £100 upfront and then spread the remaining £200 over 10 monthly payments of £20). You can even pay the loan early, if you wish, with no additional fees.
You are able to use the scheme to purchase multiple pieces in one order as long as the total cost does not exceed £2500.
Who can Apply?
The Own Art Scheme is available to UK residents over the age of 18 and is subject to status. To meet the criteria, you must be:
- Over the age of 18
- A permanent UK resident
- Working at least 16 hours a week (employed or self-employed)
- A retired person in receipt of a pension
How to Apply
Select the artwork you wish to purchase and complete the normal checkout process by selecting the 'Own Art' option (as below).
Once we receive your order, we will hold the artwork for you and send you an application to complete. Once the application has been accepted and you e-sign for it, the artist will arrange delivery straight away.
Subject to status. Terms and conditions apply. Applicants must be at least 18 years old. Art2Arts is a licensed broker of Own Art loans. Registered address: 30 Lower Derby Road, Stamshaw, Portsmouth, PO2 8EX.
"The Own Art Scheme...what a great way to support the UK art sector and help people like me buy beautiful, original art by spreading the cost in a more manageable way. I'm a big fan." Thor (Argyll)
More information from the Arts Council England: Own Art