The Art of Valueing Art Has Become Free and Easy Trying to put a price tag on your artpiece? On FindArtInfo.com, all you need to do is type the name of the artist and press ‘Search’. It's free and without registration.
News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - June 16, 2005 -- You don’t need expensive and out-dated reference books anymore, if you’re trying to put a price tag on your painting. On the new website FindArtInfo.com, all you need to do is type the name of the artist and press ‘Search’ and you will find out the worth of your piece of art.
FindArtInfo.com makes it easier for art lovers and traders to appraise their antiques, because all information about art and auctions is now available on this website. In other words, it is now possible for all interested in using the site, to search for an artist, a piece of art or a specific signature and discover i.e. what a particular painting has been sold for earlier on auctions.
FindArtInfo.com contains more than 400.000 auction prices for more than 100.000 artists from all over the world. Every week the website is updated with approximately 10.000 new pieces of information.
No payment or registration is needed in order to use the website. So just leave your creditcard in your purse and forget all about passwords.
Often specialists need to identify the artist of a painting or a porcelain figurine etc. FindArtInfo.com can provide useful help to do so. All you have to do is type the artist’s name – or the readable part of it – and FindArtInfo.com will provide you with suggestions as to who the artist might be.
In most cases the signature database of the website, which holds a large number of photographed artist signatures, will facilitate the identification of the artist immensely. The signature database is also updated on a regular basis.
Manager of FindArtInfo.com, Troels Palner, says:
- Generally the art market is difficult to oversee, yet with FindArtInfo.com it has become easier to identify the artist of a painting and to estimate the market price. In offering this service free of charge FindArtInfo.com gives the general public access to information that used to be reserved for specialists.
Additionally the website is equipped with an Art Forum, where the users of FindArtInfo.com are able to interact with each other on art-related questions. For instance, if the signature of your painting is illegible to you, maybe someone else can help you identify the artist.