Fine Art

Our staff of experienced Florida Fine Art appraisal experts certify the value of more fine art items than any other category of personal property – hundreds of pieces every month. Most individuals own fine art either from a purchase or as a gift passed down through the family. Some individuals and families have accumulated a collection of fine art over many years. Whether it is one piece, several pieces, or a large collection, we have the experience and resources to meet your fine art appraisal need.

Independent, certified Florida fine art appraisal reports for Estate Settlement, Equitable Distribution, Insurance, Divorce, Charitable Donation, and Buy/Sell of:

 

  • Paintings
  • Prints
  • Watercolors
  • Drawings
  • Photographs
  • Sculptures

We utilize daily updated worldwide market data on hundreds of thousands of artists with millions of accurate sales records, from master artists to regional virtual unknowns. Whether you are discovering the artist and value for the first time to make a critical decision or more simply updating an out-of-date valuation to protect your fine art we accommodate.

 
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Some of our most recent appraisals in Fine Art:

 

  • Chief Black Bird, Oglala Sioux by Adolph Alexander Weinman

    Bronze sculpture entitled Chief Black Bird, Oglala Sioux signed on back of the piece by the artist Adolph Alexander Weinman (American, 1870-1952) Roman Bronze Works, NY 16x16x13 Replacement Value: $225,000 Adolph Alexander Weinman is best known for his architectural sculpture and for designing the “Walking......

  • New Trails by Newell Convers Wyeth

    Gilt framed oil on canvas on board entitled New Trails signed and dated lower right by the artist Newell Convers Wyeth (American, (1882 – 1945) 1934 50×86 Replacement Value: $1,900,000 N. (Newell) C. (Convers) Wyeth (October 22, 1882-October 19, 1945), is one of the most......

  • Elmer Crowell Great Grey Heron hunting decoy

    Elmer Crowell (East Harwich, MA 1852-1952) carved and painted wood Great Grey Heron c. 1890’s decoy 48 inches tall. Replacement Value: $300,000 A. Elmer Crowell (1862 – 1952) was a master decoy carver from East Harwich, Massachusetts. Crowell specialized in shorebirds, waterfowl, and miniatures. Crowell’s......

  • Deer Hunting by Moonlight by artist George Catlin (American, 1796 – 1872)

    Gilt framed oil on board entitled Deer Hunting by Moonlight by the artist George Catlin (American, 1796 – 1872) 18×26 Replacement Value: $500,000 Born in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, George Catlin became the first American artist of stature to visit and depict the Plains Indians on......