Are you ready to sell your Clementine Hunter painting and want to know what it’s worth?
What is a ‘fair market price’ for a Clementine Hunter artwork? How is Clementine Hunter painting appraised?
Royalton Arts LLC is the Clementine Hunter art gallery and dealer, actively buying and selling Clementine Hunter paintings.
We believe that an informed customer is our best customer. That’s why we have prepared this short report to help you understand some of the key qualities which determine the value of your Clementine Hunter painting. So you can make an informed buying or selling decision.
You will learn:
We hope you will gain the knowledge you need to make an informed decision, and call Royalton Arts when you are ready to buy or sell Clementine Hunter art.
Clementine Hunter art collectors, dealers, and art galleries, base the value of your Clementine Hunter painting on these SEVEN qualities:
Importance of the artist in today’s global art market: Art styles goes in and out of fashion, and artists historical reputation and importance fluctuates. Artists and paintings considered to be historically ‘important’ have greater value than paintings that are ‘decorative’. Also, certain periods of an artists career may be more ‘important’ and desirable. This is why a Picasso painting from the 1960′s sells for million and a Picasso from the 1930′s is 0 million.
Quality of the painting: All artists have good and bad days. There can be a 300%-1,000% difference in value between a average Clementine Hunter painting and a great one.
Size of the work: Generally speaking larger paintings are more valuable. The exception is very large/oversize paintings which do not fit in most homes, and therefor have a limited market.
Condition: The condition of a Clementine Hunter painting has a large impact on value. Clementine Hunter Collectors want paintings in good condition, that are ready to hang. Painting that are dirty, have cracks, or tears in the paint, or need new frames can be worth substantially less.
Provenance: A paintings ownership history, and gallery/exhibit history can have an impact on value. A Clementine Hunter painting which has been shown in important museums or galleries, featured in books, or has been owned by important collections is usually worth more.
Market conditions: How are similar Clementine Hunter paintings selling at auction? Clementine Hunter collectors will look at current comparable Clementine Hunter auction results to determine what your painting is worth right now. (Note: when analyzing ‘raw’ auction data, there are many nuances and factors that affect auction results for specific paintings. It takes a high level of experience and market knowledge to determine why two seemingly identical paintings may have sold for vastly different amounts.)
Marketability: How much time will it take to sell your painting? Art dealers take into consideration how much time will be required to sell your painting. A painting that can be sold right away will get a higher price, than one which may sit in storage for 2 years waiting for the right buyer. It can easily take 6-12 months for a painting to be sold. This incurs, insurance, storage, and overhead costs, not to mention interest expenses and ‘opportunity cost’.
Royalton Arts LLC buys Clementine Hunter paintings. We pay top dollar for your original Clementine Hunter artwork.
Royalton Arts LLC is the Clementine Hunter art dealer buying Clementine Hunter paintings worldwide.
When you are ready to sell your Clementine Hunter art, contact us to receive IMMEDIATE PAYMENT.
We take care of all shipping arrangements and make it easy for you – you won’t even have to lift a finger.
You can get paid up to 50% MORE by selling your Clementine Hunter painting to us, because our clients include top Clementine Hunter collectors worldwide.
As a Clementine Hunter Art Gallery we are constantly buying and selling high quality Clementine Hunter paintings.
Royalton Arts, LLC pays top dollar for Clementine Hunter, and other American and European artists of 19th and 20th Century.
We buy individual paintings or entire collections or estates.
We’re often asked how we can compete with large galleries and major auction houses to buy Clementine Hunter.
As a small firm, Royalton Arts can make buying decision quickly and decisively. When you contact us to sell a Clementine Hunter painting, you will get a Yes or No answer immediately – not days or weeks like other galleries or auction houses.
Major galleries, and auction houses have enormous overheads, and expenses. This means they need to pay you less, or charge you higher fees to sell your painting. Why should you have to pay the bill for their rent, or champagne receptions?
Because we are a small firm, our overhead is modest compared to our competitors. This means we can pay you more for your Clementine Hunter artwork.
NOTE: Our gallery only buys original Clementine Hunter paintings – no prints, lithographs, etchings, etc.
Royalton Arts has representatives in: New York City, Palm Beach, FL, Beverly Hills, CA, San Francisco, CA, Las Vegas, NV, Chicago, IL, Dallas, TX. International representation in: London, Paris, Zurich.
Smart and experienced collectors know that Royalton Arts, LLC offers fair prices, fast payment, and discreet professional service. Easy transactions with no hassles.
Whether you want to sell a single Clementine Hunter painting, or an entire estate – Royalton Arts LLC is here to help you.
The TRUTH about art appraisals ‘they’ don’t want you to know about!
Do you already have a Clementine Hunter art appraisal?
If so, you may be in for a rude shock if you expect to receive the ‘appraised value’ when you sell your painting.
The way most appraisers determine ‘value’ of your painting is by calling around art galleries to find out what they are selling similar paintings for.
The problem is that art galleries will always quote their highest ‘asking’ price.
For example, a gallery may be ‘asking’ a 0,000 ‘list price’ for a particular painting. The reality, is that they would sell it for 5-30,000 under the right circumstance. Moreover, that painting might fetch only 0,000 at auction.
The real ‘fair market price’ you can expect from a sophisticated collector, or dealer, will be within the range of auction prices: -12,000 – depending on a variety of factors.
As you can see, an ‘appraised value’ might be good for insurance purposes, in case you need to file an insurance claim, etc. However, a Clementine Hunter ‘appraisal certificate’ is meaningless when it comes to what your painting can sell for in the market today.
The dirty secret of the ‘professional art appraisal industry’ is that an appraisal certificate is basically a worthless piece of paper designed to make owners feel good, by inflating the value of your painting, Typically, appraisals are inflated 200-500% over market value, depending on how knowledgeable the appraiser is. Just about anybody can call themselves an ‘art appraiser’.
Royalton Arts LLC does not provide Clementine Hunter art appraisals. Because we are a buyer and seller, it would be unethical, and a conflict of interest to give you an ‘appraisal’ – if we are on the other side of the transaction.
As an ethical, and professional organization, we believe in complete transparency and fair dealing. Be wary of art dealers, and galleries who also offer ‘appraisal services’. Think about it: by human nature, it is impossible for any buyer to give you an objective, and fair appraisal when they are also trying to buy a painting at a low price.
So if you want to learn the value of your Clementine Hunter painting, check current auction results instead of wasting money on appraisals.