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I have to tell you this :evil: (its no joke)
Yesterday I got the price list from Vienna art market with "Special offers"
I took a photo - you have to see it :lol: :lol: :lol: ist watercolor
number one size 40 x52 cm : 8500 EURO
number two size 45 x61 cm : 1200 EURO
I dont understand it
Whats the reason for this price ????? - maybe I am to stupide to understand this
:evil: painter of number one passed away 1943
painter of number two passed away 1952
06-15-2013, 03:57 AM
Egon, I don't know how they prize / price their paintings.
I price mine at what I would regard fair if I were shopping. Only a small tourist gallery though, and have sold quite a few because of the fair price. Not cheap but fair. Won't mention the excellent work :lol:
Let those artists go with their fantasies. But who knows? They may get lucky :rolleyes: It's all a spin of the dice. different people like different things.
06-15-2013, 07:04 AM
Egon, maybe our problem is we haven't been dead long enough!
My wife says the top one is "too blurry".
06-15-2013, 07:54 AM
Who, is the artist?????
06-15-2013, 08:30 AM
They may have been priced that way, but did anyone actually spend the money to taken them home?
:wave: JJ I dont say the name because I didnt ask for permission to post it :wave:
Dave thats the point :evil: :evil: :evil:
BTW I have a nephew - he had studid Art in Vienna and is selling all his works via a "Gallerist " by contract - the Gallerist takes more than 50%
Better no Gallery and fair prize and "enjoy you life ";) :thumbsup: :music:
06-17-2013, 01:15 PM
One reason for the price may simply be that the artist is no longer here--so there's now a fixed supply of his or her art--there'll be no new ones coming down the pipe!
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