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Unsigned, Difficult to Read Signature
Paintings/Sculpture

Some of the greatest paintings are unsigned, the Mona Lisa for instance. Some of the greatest sculpture is unsigned; all of Michelangelo’s, except for one. An art work with no signature doesn’t mean it is worthless.

Some artist’s signed with a monogram. James McNeill Whistler used a butterfly for his signature. Vincent Van Gogh only placed his first name on his works. We have a complete library of references on monograms and eccentric signatures. This only comes from over 40 year’s experience, something a small town, new appraiser has not the time or access. We have all these obscure references for England, France, Spain, Italy, artist signatures.

Just knowing country of origin, age and a firm attribution to an artist increases the value of an art work hundreds of times. No art collector wants an “orphan”. We give your unsigned art a “family” and a pedigree.

You be the art appraiser! Match the signature with artist’s name.

Signature/Monogram

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Rembrandt Van Rijin
Michelangelo Buonarroti
Pierre Renoir
Albrecht Durer
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Click to visit our page Honesty Is So Rare.
Click to visit our page Illinois Bar Association Recomendation.
Click to visit our page Authenticating Signatures and Autographs.
Click to visit our page Salvador Dali Signatures.
Click to visit our page Art Appraisals in the Computer Age.
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