Learn to distinguish the real painting from dull hack-work.
Selling paintings is a promising business! Especially today, when the paintings are not only an object of admiration, a manifestation of individualism, but also a profitable investment. Therefore, many people tend to buy a picture or make an order for a portrait.
BUT HOW TO DISTINGUISH REAL PAINTING
from mediocre hack, which flooded the markets and underpasses? Let’s try to understand…
These experts use to establish the original of various methods: microscopes, magnifying the image, x-ray, ultraviolet and infrared radiation, x-ray fluorescence analysis (XRD) canvases. Continue reading
Speaking of luxury gifts it is impossible to ignore the paintings, which at all times were presented as significant gifts for the most important events. In the past, the picture as a gift was not available to everyone, but only to a select few. Painting was ordered from famous masters, especially portraits were in demand.
Paintings in the houses of the nobility added significance to their owners. Sometimes the artists ordered paintings with a pre-agreed plot in order to make a certain “right” impression on the guests. The plot of the picture, filled with symbols and clues, could tell a lot about the house and its owners. Continue reading
1. Barnett Newman “Black fire I” 1961 g-84 160 000 USD
The masterpiece was sold under the hammer on may 13, 2014 at Christie’s evening auction and set a price record for the works of this artist . For comparison, the previous sale of the painting “Onement VI” earned 43 800 000 USD.
2. Andy Warhol-two silkscreens of the famous American artist were exhibited in November 2014 at the togas of Christie’s auction house and were successfully sold
“Triple Elvis” 1963-81 900 000 USD, “Four Marlon” 1966-69 600 000 USD
Both works from the corporate collection of the casino chain Westspiel, Germany have not been exhibited before, than fueled additional interest of the public.
3. Francis bacon’s ” Three sketches for a portrait of John Edwards “, 1984 – 80 000 000 USD
The auction was held in new York, at Christie’s auction on may 13, 2014. Continue reading
The past year is remembered for several high-profile auctions and impressive amounts of sales.
1. November 12, 2013 at Christie’s auction easily went under the hammer the work of Francis Bacon Triptych “Three sketches for the portrait of Lucien Freud” for 142 million us dollars and became the most expensive painting ever sold at auction. It is noteworthy that the auction lasted only 6 minutes.
The painting was painted by the artist at king’s College London in 1969. The author posed close friend and colleague – English artist Lucien Freud.
The work was put up for sale by a collector from Europe, the name of the buyer is also not disclosed Continue reading
Before reading this article, we recommend that you read the publication ” the loudest sales of paintings in the world in 2014.”
In the light of the above article could refuse further discussion, because examples and so eloquently enough indicates that the sale of paintings brings serious dividends.
HOW THE INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVENESS OF PAINTINGS IS CREATED
As well as in the fashion world famous couturiers and fashion houses form the trends of the coming years, and in the world market of art trends form auction houses level Christie’s and Sotheby’s, as well as the Biennale of arts and international exhibitions. Exhibitions reveal new names to the public, show talented young artists, while auctions increase the value of already known authors and bring the sale of paintings to a new level. Continue reading