A painting--any painting--is worth exactly as much as someone is willing to pay for it.
I'm not one for knocking art, we all express ourselves in different ways; however, I've never heard of this artist, I use the term loosely. I've just had a look at some her, very twee, images on the Internet, make good fire fuel. I wouldn't pay tuppence for them.
by Ian Hudson 9 years ago
Pollock currently has the title for the most expensive painting ever sold. Art is worth what the buyer is willing to pay. I personally like pollock's work, would I buy one of his pieces?The answer to that is yes.Would I pay $140 million?I'll never have that kind of money, but if money was no...
by michellew39 5 years ago
i have a n mercer oil painting how much is it worth
by Elena 9 years ago
Why are some Paintings worth Millions of Money? ($£)I know the people who painted them are talented, but they are paintings. I am just curious...
by free4india 10 years ago
Do you think M F Hussain is justified in making controversial paintings... For those who dont know what is the controversy you may need to do a bit of google ....http://www.google.co.in/url?q=http://en … _WU6FPFaSA
by Dbro 2 years ago
Do you think it's disingenuous to trace images used in drawings and paintings?Many people posting art instruction type hubs will direct the reader to trace an image to be used in a certain art project or painting. I've always wondered if this wasn't a bit fraudulent. Shouldn't the artist draw...
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