Signed print “Issachar” number 176 of 195, Salvador Dali. In a beautiful frame.
This art appraisal report provides a comprehensive and objective analysis of the artwork in question, and should be based on the appraiser’s expertise and knowledge of the art market. All the information analyzed in this report is obtained exclusively from the requester.
Understanding the value of your pieces is important to you and will help with any future decisions. This report provides an appraisal estimate for each artwork, using US dollars as a world reserve currency; it does not aim at encouraging anyone to sell their art but rather provides valuable information on what steps should be taken if someone else wanted to.
Detailed description of the artwork, including its medium, dimensions, and condition.
Checking Originality: Identification with Artificial Intelligence Test
In the search for a match, Image Search uses AI to look through databases of images and attempt to find ones that are similar. It can do this by using various algorithms like pattern recognition or machine learning. Some results may show as “matches” if there is actually something in common between two photos, but others will remain unknown since they rely more on chance than anything else. To run this test, I used a front picture to try to find similar images uploaded on the internet.
The results of the automatic recognition are not conclusive. If a match is found, it will be shown below:
What specific information can we obtain from this test?
The algorithm found an exact match. This result is associated with prints, either regular or limited edition prints, that were hand signed by the original artist of this piece of art. It’s important to determine what type you have, so I need to go through the research and inspection process.
We can see this is a limited edition print.
A limited edition print is a unique piece of art that is signed by hand by the artist who created the original painting. It is still a print, but hand signed. It is called a limited edition because the print is issued in a limited quantity and each print is numbered. As the signature is hand signed, each limited edition print is unique. In contrast to a regular print or a signed plate print, if a hand-signed print is destroyed, it can’t be replaced because the signature is unique. That’s why a limited-edition print is more valuable than a regular print.
We can see this is the print number 176 our of 195 made.
When trying to determine the age of an artwork, one of the first things to look at is the frame. The style of the frame, as well as the type of artwork and color palette, can give clues as to when it was created. For example, a piece from the Baroque period might have a gilded frame with a complicated design, while a piece from the Renaissance might have a simple wood frame. One way to date a painting is by looking at the frame construction. A frame made with modern metallic parts like flat-head nails, staples, or Phillips-head screws is likely from the 20th century. Older frames will have parts made of irregularly cut wood and metal that has been forged by hand. In some cases, you can see the absence of metallic parts. This is just one example of how the frame is put together and can be used to date a painting.
Based on the color palette and frame construction, I concluded that the painting was created in the mid- to late-20th century. We know the exact year of this print, 1973.
Condition of the artwork
This painting is in excellent condition, with no visible signs of wear or damage. The colors are still vibrant, and the paint has aged gracefully over time. No apparent repairs have been made to the work, giving it a unique patina that contributes to its overall charm.
Artist’s name, biographical information, artwork’s provenance (history of ownership) and exhibition history.
I study and research the signature of artwork to see if it matches any known signatures. At this step, I also inspect the painting’s front and back pictures, to find an artist’s name or other identifying features like stickers that may help me identify who has made this work. If there is any, provenance is also seen as an important variable because it helps figure out who the artist is.
A close picture of the signature is included in this report.
I can read the signature as:
At this point, I can use the signature and try to find the artist’s name in a database of known-listed artists. Basically, it is a database with information about the names, surnames, origins, and biographies of the most well-known artists.
I found that the artist who painted this artwork is a listed and well known artist.
Salvador Dali was born in Figueres, Spain, on May 11, 1904. He was the son of a prosperous notary and his wife, Felipa Domenech Ferres. Dali was an artistic prodigy, having already begun drawing and painting by the age of seven. He studied at the Municipal Drawing School in Figueres and at the San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid.
In 1922, Dali moved to Paris, where he was exposed to the works of modern artists such as Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró. This experience helped to shape his own unique style of Surrealism. He also developed an interest in philosophy and the occult, which he explored through his art.
In 1929, Dali had his first solo exhibition in Paris, which was a great success. In the 1930s, he became the leader of the Surrealist movement and was featured in numerous exhibitions in Europe and the United States. He also wrote several books about his art and experiences.
Detailed analysis of the artwork’s style, subject matter, and significance within the artist’s oeuvre and the broader art world.
I can check if the style and type of painting match those of the artist referenced.
Salvador Dalí’s The Twelve Tribes of Israel is an oil painting completed in 1955. The painting is rendered in an abstract style, with a vibrant mix of color and texture. It was created to commemorate the twelve tribes of Israel and their journey to the Promised Land. From this painting, Dali made several types of limited edition prints.
Comparable sales information, including prices realized at recent auctions or private sales of similar works by the artist or in the same medium.
I used this data to provide an up-to-date estimate of the fair market value for the artwork. This is important as it can be used in insurance, estate planning and general art market analysis. It also offers a valuable insight into how the valuation of the artwork may have changed due to environmental or economic factors.
The auction prices provided an accurate and reliable measure of the current market value of the artwork, as they are based on real transactions between buyers and sellers in the art market. As such, it is a strong indicator of what someone might expect to pay for this piece in the near future.
By considering auction results from the last 6 months, I was able to accurately determine the current fair market value of the artwork. This provides a comprehensive view of how the value has changed over time and gives an insight into any potential areas of appreciation or depreciation in its price. In addition, it allows me to adjust my valuation as new auction prices become available.
A limited edition print by Salvador Dali is a valuable work of art, due to its rarity and collectability. The print is a part of a limited series of prints released by the artist, and is numbered accordingly. As a result, its value is likely to increase over time, making it a desirable item for art collectors. Not only is the print a desirable item, but it also captures the unique style of Dali, which includes surrealist imagery and vibrant colors. For these reasons, a limited edition print by Dali is a valuable and desirable item to own.
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Relevant photographs or supporting documentation, such as condition reports or expert opinions
A detailed summary of the appraisal process and the appraiser’s qualifications.
Mark-to-market art appraisal is an important tool for assessing the current value of a piece of artwork. This type of valuation requires an appraiser to take into account a variety of factors, such as market conditions, the condition and age of the artwork, and the artist’s reputation. By taking all these elements into consideration, a mark-to-market art appraisal provides an accurate assessment of a piece of artwork’s current market value.
Mark-to-market art appraisal considers the artist’s reputation, which is based on their track record in gallery and museum shows, awards, and other accomplishments. Appraisers use this information to help them figure out if the value of a piece is likely to go up or down over time. Additionally, they will inspect the condition of the artwork and note any signs of wear or damage that might affect its future resale value.
When performing mark-to-market art appraisals, appraisers also consider market conditions. They research current art market trends as well as what comparable works have recently sold for in order to provide an estimate of a piece’s worth at that point in time. By considering all of these factors, mark-to-market art appraisal is able to give a reliable indication of the current value of a work. This kind of valuation can also be used to make sure that fair prices are paid and received when buying or selling art.
Overall, mark-to-market art appraisal is an important tool for assessing the true value of a piece of artwork so that buyers, sellers, and appraisers alike can make informed decisions regarding its worth. It takes into account multiple aspects in order to provide an accurate assessment at any given moment of the current market value of a work. With this information, they can make sure they’re getting what they pay for and that their sales are appropriately priced according to the current market conditions.
In the case of insurance replacement appraisals, mark-to-market art appraisals can be used to accurately estimate the cost of replacing a lost or damaged artwork. The current value, as determined by the appraisal, is then used to figure out how much the insurance company will pay back to the policyholder. This way they can rest assured that they will receive an appropriate sum for any artwork that needs to be replaced due to accidental damage or theft. Also, this kind of valuation helps insurers make sure they are not being overcharged when artwork needs to be replaced as part of a claim settlement.
The appraisal process is a careful evaluation of the item or items in question. It involves researching and analyzing the information provided by the requester in order to provide an accurate estimate of its value. The appraiser takes into account factors such as condition, rarity, demand, and market prices. Photographs and detailed descriptions are especially important when providing an appraisal, since they help the appraiser identify any potential flaws or defects that could affect the item’s worth. By using all the resources that are available, an evaluation can be done quickly, efficiently, and with a high level of accuracy.
A statement of the appraiser’s liability and any potential conflicts of interest.
A qualified art appraisal is a written assessment of the value of a piece of art by a person who is qualified to do so. This person has specialized knowledge and expertise in the field of art appraisal, and may have completed certain educational and professional requirements to be considered qualified. An art appraiser will typically have experience in researching and evaluating art, as well as knowledge of the art market and current market trends. The purpose of an art appraisal is to provide a professional and unbiased opinion of the value of a piece of art for a variety of reasons, such as for insurance purposes, tax planning, or to help determine a fair price for a sale or purchase.
We strive to provide the most accurate and unbiased appraisal reports to our clients. For appraisals, we do not charge a percentage-based fee but rather a flat rate, fixed fee structure. This ensures that there is no conflict of interest between the Art Appraiser and the final report value – all that matters is providing an honest and truthful appraisal of your artwork or collection. The Appraisal Foundation’s USPAP standards and guidelines are used for all appraisals to make sure they are correct.
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