Do you own a work of art and would like to know the quotation? Trust the free service made available to you by Morra Arte Studio! Below, the factors we consider for the listing:
Quality: it is the fundamental element for evaluating the price of each individual work, as even several works by the same artist are not characterized by the same artistic level. A meticulous study is therefore required for the evaluation.
The dimensions: often the value of the work rises in proportion to its perimeter.
The technique: generally works on canvas are more precious than those on paper, as well as works in oil or acrylic, they usually have a greater value than mixed techniques. However, there is no absolute rule in this sense, so much so that these considerations can be subverted by the "beauty" of each single piece.
Year: the date of execution of the work is very important because it could belong to particularly golden artistic periods that add value to the work itself. It is also of fundamental importance to understand if the piece belongs to a particular "cycle" of the artist. In fact, even if not published, it can be considered precious because it belongs to a historicized “cycle”.
Reviews: the success of a work is also measured based on the reviews obtained (publications in catalogs, magazines, newspapers) and participation in prestigious exhibitions, museums and galleries