Recognizing Value in Paintings: Signatures, Initials, and Unsigned Paintings
Taking some of the mystery out of recognizing value in Fine Art Paintings is a topic I get many e-mails on. 31 Club Members call and e-mail me about wonderful paintings they’d like to buy, but the artist can’t be identified. Maybe there are only initials, a signature that can’t be read, or just simply a monogram with a figure on the painting.
A Work in Progress: Hispanic Art in Denver
In honor of Cinco de Mayo, Reporter Melanie Gallegos takes us to CHAC Gallery in the Santa Fe Art District in Denver for a look at some of the best Hispanic artists in the region. WorthPoint- the premier site for art, antiques and collectibles.
Treasures from the Attic – Art
Everyone has treasures in their garage or attic–items they aren’t sure what to do with but hate to let go. How do you know whether your treasures are antiques or collectibles or simply of sentimental value?
Artist Stevon Lucero
Videographer Korene Gallegos videotaped the work of artist Stevon Lucero in Denver. Lucero talks on camera about the early years of his art career, the public perception of Hispanic artists in the late 1970’s and how he and his fellow artists had only one objective – to make beautiful things. Take a look at Stevon’s bold colorful canvases.
inquire/ painting or ephemera
i have a beautiful print that i have wondered about the value of for years. if anyone has a few moments to share their time & knowledge, it would be greatly appriciated!!the print is a copy of a painting, aprox. 8 and a half x 10 and a half. it is signed (i believe)something like pyes .c/19/. this is very important to me to know. anyone who may know anything… please respond. thank you.
PAINTED BY MARCUS STONE R.A. ENGRAVED BY E GILBERT HESTER FROM THE ORIGINAL PICTURE EACHIBITED AT ROYAL ACCEMY LONDEN MARCH 1 1888 AUTHER LUCAS THE PROPRIETOR 31 THE PROFESSER NEW BOND R.W. DOES ANY ONE HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON THIS? WAITING TO HEAR THANK YOU.
Audubon Reproductions Have Collectors Crying Fowl
The name John James Audubon is practically synonymous with nature illustration. Wes Cowan looks at how widely reproduced Audubon works affect the market. Editor Some consider one-time Cincinnati resident John James Audubon’s greatest contribution to American art not what he painted, but rather how he painted his subjects. He brilliantly depicted life-size birds and mammals […]