1. High-end copies of original work are known as giclées, where the rarity of a work of art is what gives it value—as many experts see giclées as gimmicks.
2. Then there’s prints and posters, which are generally easily distinguished from an artist’s original piece with the naked eye.
3. Nonetheless, many people who buy paintings don’t end up selling them later on, and that fact can skew pricing samples for art.
4. Your best shot at a decent payout will be a fine art auction house, which will typically charge as around 5-25% of your sale price for auctioning your piece—where do-it-yourself sites tend to draw less money.
5. Art is a long-term investment, and while the art market can be stable or show large returns on investment during boom times, it is one asset that can easily plummet in value during seasons of recession.
Additionally, we offer several different fine art print mediums including fine art paper (giclee) prints, canvas, metal, wood, acrylics and various other substrates. Our materials are archival in nature and given the proper display conditions will last for many years to come. Prices are individually quoted based on your quality of your choice of materials and sizes.