HOW TO DETERMINE A COLLECTIBLE PRINT

COLLECT, PROTECT, PRESERVE

Our curators are responsible for ensuring your art prints are carefully handled and preserved. Placing them in a clear box provides excellent clarity and maximum protection from potential harm, such as dust, fingerprints, scratching, creasing, staining, bumps, or bends. This proactive approach can significantly maintain the value of your art prints and increase their value over time. The value of an art print can also increase depending on the artist’s popularity, edition, condition, and rarity.

“As a collector or enthusiast, you play a significant role in influencing art world trends.”

An artist’s popularity is a crucial factor, with highly popular artists’ works selling more and becoming more desirable to collectors and museums.

Art prints can be released in multiple editions, and signed copies are often more valuable. However, unsigned art prints can also hold value and command high prices.

Understanding the number of printed copies is crucial in determining rarity. When printed in minimal quantities, some art prints become rare and valuable.

The condition of an art print is one of the most critical factors in determining its value. This is determined by factors such as color conservation and the absence of stains, fingerprints, creases, bumps, bends, or other damage.

Series of Fine Art Prints

Proudly display Bernard Buffet’s artwork from 1952 to 1966. A series of 10 original lithographs, each accompanied by authenticity certificate.

Proudly display Joan Miro’s artwork from 1972 to 1975. A series of 12 original lithographs, each accompanied by authenticity certificate.

Picasso's Toros
1962

Picasso’s illustrations consist of three sketchbooks from 1959, showcasing his remarkable drawings from 1950 to 1960, a period when he was passionate about bullfighting.

Picasso's Toros
1962

Picasso’s illustrations consist of three sketchbooks from 1959, showcasing his remarkable drawings from 1950 to 1960, a period when he was passionate about bullfighting.

More from Our Series of Arts

Proudly display Bernard Buffet’s artwork from 1952 to 1966. A series of 10 original lithographs, each accompanied by authenticity certificate.

Proudly display Joan Miro’s artwork from 1972 to 1975. A series of 12 original lithographs, each accompanied by authenticity certificate.

Picasso's Toros
1962

Picasso’s illustrations consist of three sketchbooks from 1959, showcasing his remarkable drawings from 1950 to 1960, a period when he was passionate about bullfighting.

Picasso's Toros
1962

Picasso’s illustrations consist of three sketchbooks from 1959, showcasing his remarkable drawings from 1950 to 1960, a period when he was passionate about bullfighting.

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