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All painters have their value

What do you not know about paintings?

Paintings are the most popular type of art among many collectors, however, not all painters are considered artists in the culture.

One of the painters, which few people give due value, is the beginner painter.

The novice painter is not the professional, but masters some surface painting techniques.

The professional painter is responsible for painting on various surfaces and gives life to the colors or decoration of the environment.

It may seem simple enough to look at the color scheme and identify what you're seeing in a conventional painting, but it's actually quite challenging, especially if you don't know what details identify colors, finishes, styles, and types of paint. paints used to carry out the painting.

So, in this article, we'll cover some basics on how to avoid mispaintings and make sure you look at your home and see it as an authentic work of art.

Let's take a look!

Why can even the most expensive painting in the world be worth less than you think?

Well, to answer this question, we can make the following comparison.

If you've ever visited a museum or art gallery, there's a good chance you've seen some paintings that cost millions of dollars, right?

You may wonder why people would spend so much money on paint when they could buy so many other things with it?

Likewise, you can answer the same question for yourself: why pay a more expensive painter when there are so many cheap painters?

If all painters paint, why would you pay more for the same service, right?

However, a painting actually has no intrinsic value and can only be worth as much as someone is willing to pay for it. For example, if you think of one of those expensive Van Gogh paintings from museums, how did it become expensive?

You will realize that there is a story behind the painting, about the style of colors, the techniques and above all, a whole trajectory about the professional and personal life of the painter who made it!

Likewise, the painter of works has an interpersonal and professional trajectory until reaching the point where he has become an expert in the subject.

That is, to reach the level of specialist, the painter of works also goes through a kind of apprenticeship that goes from the initiation in painting, as a helper, until reaching professionalism.

During this period of apprenticeship, the painter is cut, in practice, by other professionals or by his instructor and painting master.

To be more exact, the painter undergoes preparation, finishing and painting work from the first day he starts in the profession.

For this reason, we agree that the painter of works, in addition to bringing colors to life and transforming old environments into new ones, he also deserves the credit of a true artist.

Speaking of artists...

Is the artist famous?

If you don't know art, then in that case, no painting has value in your critical and economic view!

There are people who pay an absurd amount for a product, but do not value the professional who uses it to create the painting and bring the art to life.

In fact, they don't want to spend a lot of money on it, they think the service of a painter is expensive, but they don't question the value of a product, all because there is a brand behind the purchase.

Now, we don't know if a paint can could create a life of its own and throw itself against surfaces, emptying little by little and coloring the canvas in an art form!

In fact, nothing in the universe produces anything. Because for so much human or nature beauty, there is something like a source of inspiration.

In other words, the product itself has no value if there is no author to manipulate it and thus, immortalize the moments of life.

remember that big names in art tend to charge more for their work, not because of the raw material used to create the painting, but because they are true creators of art.

And this is due to the fact that the name is worth more than the product. And not the other way around. In other words, the author is worth more than the creation itself.

This means that the painter who has a consolidated name as an artist, could throw mud on a paper and still, it would be art! A way to express yourself through clay and clay, with a unique and natural style.

You can still find excellent works by less famous artists at discounted prices. However, for those who really know art, there is always room for improvement in terms of texture and thickness so that it can be seen as a genuine work.

The best way to gauge how expensive an artist's work will be is to look at how many people are buying and collecting their work – the more popular an artist is, in general, the higher the cost of their artwork.

Can the imitation of a painter be discovered?

So far, experts are unanimous in saying that original paintings cannot be forged because they contain unique traits and styles. It is as if there is a DNA of colors, which contains a signature of its creator or creator.

Perhaps, art imitates life or vice versa, however, they may even look identical, but when analyzing DNA, you soon find out what the imitation is!

Can the paint be kept in ideal condition?

To ensure that a painting lasts as long as possible, it is important to ensure that it has been stored in optimal conditions. There are many different ways to store paintings; temperature, humidity and light levels affect the duration of a painting. Take your time and research different options.

Painting, in what style can it be painted?

In the history of Western art, paintings were first divided into three main styles: primitive (meaning primitive or natural), Byzantine, and Greco-Roman. Today, these categories are better known as non-representational art, representational art, and semi-representational art.

Nonrepresentational painting is either entirely abstract or largely abstract insofar as it only partially mimics a visual experience.

Paint age and how it affects price.

How do you know if a work of art is worth its price?

Consider not only its age, but also what kind of material it is made of and how much experience it took to make it. Some paintings are valuable because of their aesthetic appeal, while others are valued for their historical significance and authorship.

When in doubt, a reputable art appraiser can help you determine if a painting is truly worth its selling price.

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