Buyers Often Overlook Condition
Too often Art Buyers do not always factor Condition when comparing similar Art from different Sellers. Artwork in superior condition is always more valuable than Art that is faded, torn, repaired, rescreened, reduced in size, or worse, counterfeit.
Art Purchased At Auction Is Not Always Better
The side-by-side comparison shows two examples from the same Andy Warhol Orangutan Color Screenprint from the Endangered Species Portfolio.On the left, an impression sold at Sotheby’s London for $46,854., in September ‘09; on the right, an identical impression from the same Andy Warhol Orangutan Screenprint edition available from Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd.
Andy Warhol Orangutan Impression, From Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd., Superior
The preferred quality of the Andy Warhol Orangutan impression from Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd, is immediately evident. Overall, the Andy Warhol Orangutan offered by Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd., on the right, is brighter/fresher vs. the impression sold by Sotheby's London. Most noticeable is the brighter white and yellow of the impression offered by Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd.
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