Paintings, drawings, sculptures and other artworks.
Free remote valuing of art. Whether oil painting, drawing or art print, whether impressionism, expressionism or cubism, here you can adjust and estimate the value
The following factors are important to determine the value of a work of art:
Artist, Type of object (sculpture, oil painting ..), Provenance, Performance in catalog raisonné or literature, the dimensions of the artwork as well as its condition. Works of art and paintings, Of course, most people are not art experts, so it is difficult for most people to tell whether a painting or an art-looking object found in the attic or basement is really valuable. The layperson can also tell from the structure of the picture whether it is just a print or a real, real painting. But that doesn’t mean that this is a valuable painting because it can also be a copy. It is always good here if there is an abbreviation or a complete name on the painting in a corner that is legible. Once you have found something like this, it is helpful to have the painting valued, go to a second-hand bookshop or call an art expert to your home. However, it is easier and cheaper to photograph the found items in advance and present them on our website schatzwert.de. Because here other users have the opportunity to view the photographs and possibly give their rough estimate. However, this is not a substitute for an expert opinion or a professional estimate and does not make any claims, but can be helpful.
The most expensive works of art include Peter Paul Ruben’s “Massacre of the Innocents” (painting) worth about $ 76,700,000, “For the love of God” by Damian Hirst (sculpture), worth about $ 75,000,000, and the paintings by Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s’ Bal au moulin de la Galette ‘, Jasper John’s’ False Start’, Gustav Klimt’s’ Golden Adele ‘,’ Adele Bloch-Bauer II ‘and’ Adele Bloch-Bauer I ‘, Pablo Picasso’s’ Dora Maar au chat’, ‘Garcon a la pipe ”and“ Dora Maar with cat ”, Francis Bacons Triptych 1976,“ Woman III ”by Willem de Kooning, and Jackson Pollocks Number 5. The value of the most expensive work of art (as of 2014) ranges from $ 75 to $ 140 million.
Paintings and sales value, still life “Nature morte aux tulipes” by Pablo Picassos 32.5 million euros Value watercolor painting “Blue Rigi” by William Turner 8.5 million euros Value nude painting “Nu couché” by Amedeo Modigliani $ 170.4 million Value drawing “The Transfiguration of Christ” by Raphael 36.6 million euros *
Value = value of the painting at auction