That painting on your mother's wall might have more value than you think. Millions of Pounds of undiscovered art is located with private owners across the globe. Investors are increasingly looking to the art market, as an alternative investment source for tangible assets. The sale of fine art has recently seen a boom in the market with bullish collectors and buyers bidding top prices for new to the market works.
The condition, artist and size of a painting will all affect an art valuation and therefore the auction price of the item. The subject matter is also vital in art valuation and means a painting’s value may vary with the fashion. It is important to consider this when deciding whether to sell or even when buying a painting. Other factors that affect a painting valuation include the condition of the work, the provenance of the piece and the quality of the execution. Even the presence or absence of craquelure (a pattern of fine cracks in the paint) can help verify the painting's authenticity. If you'd like to get a Paintings valuation from our online specialist, simply upload a photograph and tell us any other details you know about the item.
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