How Much Is Your Painting Worth?
Do you own any abstract painting? Are you curious to know what they are worth? Our Experts can provide a free appraisal to give you an estimate of the market price, then help you to ensure the best possible price should you decide to sell.
Abstract art established itself in the twentieth century before rapidly becoming a major era in the history of art. Many artists have tried to define this elusive artform. For the painters of this important movement, it is a question of constantly trying to free themselves from all limits, and all existing references or codes. Through a technique that cannot be qualified, the practice of abstract painting uses an informal language that tries to go beyond the palpable world as much as possible. Kandinsky is considered to be the instigator of the movement.
A true pioneer, he painted Composition Number 8 in 1910, which is still considered today as the first work of abstract art. However, this assertion may be qualified with certain works described as abstract preceding Kandinsky, but which were less well known. However, Kandinsky’s contribution remains a cornerstone of abstract painting: a work of lines and the play of colour that positions itself as the anti-figurative par excellence.
For a long time, other great movements of the time were included in abstract art. This is the case of cubism, with the work of Pablo Picasso for example, which plays with a recurrence of geometric and abstract forms. Or the Futurist movement. These movements seek to represent the world without copying it. And yet, it seems that they don’t belong to abstract painting, which does not envisage any evocation of reality as we can observe it. Indeed, the advent of photography has freed painting from realistic representation.
Selling prices of abstract paintings
Abstract paintings carry within them the intention of their artist and a unique vision and absolute intimacy that continues to move the art market. Prices in art galleries and auctions can reach very high prices, as was the case for the painting named “No 17A” by Jackson Pollock, which sold for 177 million euros.
How do we appraise your abstract painting?
Requesting an online valuation of your painting is simple and entirely free of charge. You just need to complete our appraisal form with a brief description and some photos. This information will be sent directly to one of our abstract painting experts who will provide you with a price range and sales advice.
A team of experts and auctioneers
If you own an abstract painting, use our online form for a free appraisal.
You will then be contacted by a member of our team of experts and auctioneers to give you an independent opinion of the market price. Should you wish to sell your painting, our specialists will also advise you on the various options available for selling at the best price.