- 1 Are Thomas Kinkade prints worth anything?
- 2 How do I sell my Thomas Kinkade prints?
- 3 What is Thomas Kinkade worth?
- 4 Are Thomas Kinkade paintings a good investment?
- 5 Are unsigned prints worth anything?
- 6 Who owns the rights to Thomas Kinkade?
- 7 Do Thomas Kinkade paintings increase in value?
- 8 How do you find out how much a picture is worth?
- 9 Where can I sell my fine art paintings?
- 10 What is Nanette Kinkade doing now?
- 11 Where is Thomas Kinkade buried?
- 12 How do you tell if my Thomas Kinkade is real?
- 13 How can you tell a real Thomas Kinkade?
Are Thomas Kinkade prints worth anything?
It’s worth very little. I fear people think their Kinkade prints are worth something, at least what they paid for them. In general, though, every expert and many Kinkade gallery owners agree that his art has reached saturation point.
How do I sell my Thomas Kinkade prints?
Put your painting on consignment with a Kinkade art gallery. You will likely be asked to sign a consignment agreement that states you will receive a percentage of the sale value minus any costs. For example, the Thomas Kinkade Signature Gallery gives the consignor 70 percent of the sale price minus any costs.
What is Thomas Kinkade worth?
As The Times previously reported, Kinkade’s estate is worth more than $60 million. Pinto was in a relationship with Kinkade at the time of his death in April. The artist, 54, died of an accidental overdose of alcohol and Valium.
Are Thomas Kinkade paintings a good investment?
Don’t expect to profit off his work. Art can be an investment, but investing in works from Thomas Kinkade is not known to pay off. “They sell beautiful Kinkade prints in galleries and on cruise ships, but the frames are worth more than the prints.”
Are unsigned prints worth anything?
Unsigned Prints. Signatures count for a lot at a print market since they add to the artwork’s authenticity. The value of a signed print is usually two or more times higher than the value of an unsigned print, so if you have a choice, it’s always better to go for the signed version.
Who owns the rights to Thomas Kinkade?
Nearly three years after the death of the world-famous “Painter of Light,” a Los Angeles-based private equity fund has acquired the Thomas Kinkade Co. Art Brand Studios, an affiliate of Next Point Capital, bought the company from the Kinkade Family Trust, according to a statement.
Do Thomas Kinkade paintings increase in value?
Local artist Kinkade died three years ago at the age of 54. It’s been said that one out of every 20 homes in America has his work on a wall. But the signed and numbered limited editions have gone up anywhere from $300 to $1,000 since the artist’s death, and they’ll likely continue to increase in value.
How do you find out how much a picture is worth?
Appraisals & Appraisers Consider finding an appraiser to determine the value of your artwork. Appraisers are trained specialists who work for a fee. They evaluate your piece and give you a written statement of its value.
Where can I sell my fine art paintings?
Yes, you can make money selling art online! Here are some of the best places to virtually sell your art.
- Fine Art America. Fine Art America is the world’s largest online art marketplace and print-on-demand technology company.
What is Nanette Kinkade doing now?
NANETTE KINKADE Nanette is an RN with a bachelor’s degree in Nursing and serves on the advisory board for the Thomas Kinkade Company. Nanette and Thomas Kinkade were childhood sweethearts and were married for 30 years.
Where is Thomas Kinkade buried?
Gallery proofs are prints pulled by the artist to send to art galleries. (Not to be confused with a galley proof, which are used in book publishing for editing and proofreading purposes.) A gallery proof will likely be labelled GP or HC, and usually not numbered.
How do you tell if my Thomas Kinkade is real?
The easiest way to verify if a Thomas Kinkade Signature Gallery is authentic is to call the Thomas Kinkade Company at 800-366-3733 extension 3.
How can you tell a real Thomas Kinkade?
All Thomas Kinkade are identified by the name first and then by material such as canvas, brushworks, prints and more. Usually the most valuable are the canvas and then other styles but the prints (especially in small sizes) are usually the least valuable.