Fine Art Appraisal Services

“Is my art worth getting an art appraisal?”

When we buy a piece of art that has caught our eye or our imagination, we always hope that it will endure the test of time and increase in value. Sometimes, the seller gives us some assurance that we made a wise purchase by giving us an “Art Appraisal” on their letterhead or a “Certificate of Authenticity.” These documents may have a great deal of validity at the time. Or they may not.

As the years go by, we may begin wonder if we should get an updated art appraisal to see if the value of our artwork has kept pace with our expectations. Perhaps we need to purchase or update our insurance coverage for it. Maybe we want to put it in a trust or donate or sell it. Or maybe we just want to see if our crystal ball was working well when we bought it.

When you decide it’s time to get a new or updated art appraisal, WorthWise can handle your needs. We have performed art appraisals for over 100 artists active between the 17th and 21st centuries representing dozens of art styles and periods.

 

Art forms covered in WorthWise art appraisals

Paintings:

oil, acrylic, watercolor, tempera, gouache

Drawings:

pen and ink, graphite, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil

Prints:

engraving, etching, woodblock, lithograph, silkscreen, digital, offset

Sculptures:

ceramic, stone, metal, glass, acrylic, multi-media

Photographs:

wet collodion negative, digital

Artistic styles and periods covered in WorthWise art appraisals

    • American Regionalism
    • American Southwest
    • American West
    • Barbizon School
    • Brutalism
    • Classical
    • Contemporary
    • Cubism
    • Expressionism
    • Fantasy
    • Folk
    • Genre Scene Painting
    • Impressionism
    • Mannerism
    • Minimalism
    • Modern
    • Naïve
    • Old Master
    • Op Art
    • Plein Aire
    • Pop Art
    • Prairie Art
    • Realism
    • Renaissance
    • Representational
    • Surrealism
    • Tonalism

Representative artists covered in WorthWise art appraisals

    • Marci Aylward
    • Nicolo Balkanski
    • Mary Bates Neubauer
    • Leland Beaman
    • Thomas Hart Benton
    • Marie Bolen
    • Bill Bond
    • Graciela Rodo Boulanger
    • Elmer J. Brown
    • Harley Brown
    • Ernest Burke
    • Robert Byerley
    • Marianne Caroselli
    • Cecil Carstenson
    • Marc Chagall
    • Lorenzo Chavez
    • Chase Chen
    • Kang Cho
    • Ivan Clarke
    • Charles Cross
    • Yvon d’Anjou
    • Salvador Dali
    • Cyrus Dallin
    • John Demott
    • Jimmy Dyer
    • Amram Ebgi
    • Stephen Elliott
    • John Encinias
    • Kim English
    • Lincoln Fox
    • Karl Gerhardt
    • Joe Grandee
    • Ralph Oberg
    • Daniel Parker
    • David Paulley
    • Jurgen Peters
    • Linda Prokop
    • Tom Phillips
    • Pablo Picasso
    • Brian Halsey
    • Gretta Hilb
    • Fred Harmon
    • Carl Heber
    • Cecil Hedquist
    • Jacques Hnizdovsky
    • Mary Hocksema
    • George Inness
    • Harvey Johnson
    • Mark King
    • John Kittelson
    • Steve Kramer
    • Jack Kreutzer
    • Anne LaRose
    • Raphael Lillywhite
    • Bernique Longley
    • Cammie Lundeen
    • George Lundeen
    • Herman Atkins MacNeil
    • Ross Markley
    • Ray McCarty

    • Dave McGary
    • Herb Mignery
    • Carl Milles
    • Joan Miro
    • Wayland Moore
    • Auguste Moreau
    • Willard Morin
    • Blair Muhlestein
    • Chris Navarro
    • Shirley Novak
    • Mel Ramos
    • Lester Raymer
    • Yolanda Razzeto
    • Marjorie Reed
    • Lee Reynolds
    • Douglas Ricks
    • James Rizzi
    • Raffaello Romanelli
    • Janet Rosetta
    • Birger Sandzéns
    • Amilcare Santini
    • Fritz Scholder
    • Thomas Schomberg
    • Millard Sheets
    • Brett Livingstone Strong
    • Rozzell Sykes
    • Julia Thecla
    • Kent Ulberg
    • Anthony Valli
    • Rembrandt Van Rjin


“Great art picks up where nature ends.“

~ Marc Chagall


“Every collector can collect something that is part of the continuum that is art and be able to say, without stretching the truth, that there is an element of immortality in what they have collected.“

~ Stewart Turcotte