FREE Art Appraisals
Need a Free Art Appraisal?
If you are looking for a FREE art appraisal you've come to the right place! I will provide you with the same data the dealers use, for FREE! Don’t let them have the upper hand on you, knowledge is power. I can appraise:
- Oil Paintings
- Wood Block Prints
- Sterling / Gold
- Designer Furniture
- And most other items of value
How to Get Your Free Art Appraisal
1. The name of the artist
2. The size of the piece (Please do not include the frame in the size)
3. Photos of your picture
- The front of the picture
- The back of the picture
- And any signatures or labels on the piece
4. Your telephone number
I will get the appraisal information back to you within 24 hours or less, but usually within a couple of hours.
I'm an artist. Can you help me value or sell my paintings?
No. Unfortunately, I do NOT help artists value their artwork or sell their paintings. Please do not contact me for assistance with this.
Why is the appraisal process free?
I do this as a second job. I love art and get to see all types this way. I make my money selling it to my clients, and I sell a lot, over a million a year.
Do you ever charge for the appraisal process?
I ONLY charge for a written appraisal of your artwork. You would only need this if you are going to insure your art or to help in settling an estate. To do this I must actually see the high resolution photos of the piece, examine and document before I can give a written appraisal. l would only advise getting a written appraisal if your artwork has significant value, such as over $5000.00.
Can you help me sell my art after you appraise it?
In general, I can help you sell your art if it has enough value. I have a large group of clients with OVER $10,000,000 to spend. I charge 10% to the buyer, there is NO fee to the seller. Learn more about selling your artwork.
Do I have to sell you my art to get a free appraisal?
No. I do not pressure people to sell me art, I actively buy art, but I do not make a living by it. You are free to sell to whomever you want. I have an active roster of clients who will purchase, or you can find one on your own, sell to a dealer or try the auction route. I would not suggest Ebay, unless piece has little value. Learn more about some of the different ways to sell your art