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Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso Painting for Sale

This magnificent Picasso is available for a private sale. It is unframed because the old original frame did not survive its move from the museum where it hung to one of the homes of its current owner. The Seller guarantees that its very old paint and canvas will pass a forensics examination. It is for sale for thousands instead of millions because it only has a partial provenance back to the founder of the Caracas museum from whence it came. There are numerous stamps and certificates verso that suggest its authenticity. They include a Gallery P. Alprin stamp verso; a German WWII NAZI wax seal that suggests it was seized by the German sand then returned to its owner; a Gallery Kahnweiler certificate and stamp on its stretcher. There is also a gallery certificate with Pablo Picasso’s name and the notation that it is an oil on canvas. It may be viewed in the current owner’s great stately home in Scottsdale, Arizona. Partial ownership with full possession is negotiable.

Artist:
Pablo Picasso
Born / Died
1886-1973
Type:
Canvas
Size:
36.0 wide x 29.0 high
Frame:
56.0 wide x 49.0
Signed:
Lower right
Est. price:
$360,000
Available
Large Diego Rivera Oil 1

Large Diego Rivera Oil

Large Diego Rivera Oil Painting for Sale

Impressive and absolutely splendid Diego Rivera oil on canvas. From the Imber estate. Possibly a deaccession from the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art where it was on loan and prominently displayed for some years. There is an important Sofia Imber authentication certificate verso. (Sofia Imber was the founder of the Museum and a major contributor of funds and art until it was seized by the Chavez regime). Available to be seen where it hangs. Partial ownership with possession possible. Inquire.

Artist:
Diego Rivera
Born / Died
1886-1957
Type:
Oil on canvas
Size:
24.75” wide” x 35.75” high
Frame:
32.0” wide x 44.0” high
Signed:
Yes
Est. price:
$180,000
Available
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Splendid Early Picasso

Splendid Early Picasso Painting for Sale

An impressive piece in excellent condition. Possibly a museum de-accession. Splendid frame. There is a Gallery Marten certificate and stamp on frame verso dated Paris 1978. Legibly signed “P. Ruiz Picasso” lower left. Evidence of a small and unseeable professional repair on canvas verso. Partial ownership with possession possible. Presently hangs in a place of prominence in a Scottsdale stately home where qualified buyers can view it in situ.

Artist:
Pablo Picasso
Born / Died
1886-1973
Type:
Oil on canvas
Size:
13.0 high x 16.0 wide
Frame:
18.1 high x 21.2 wide
Signed:
Lower left
Est. price:
$125,000
Available
pablo picasso painting

Pablo Picasso

Picasso Paintings for Sale

Steve Wynn of Las Vegas thinks he has the only original of this important early transitional painting as Picasso moved out of his blue period into cubism. There were apparently several originals sold at the varnishing event. This appears to be one of them. Wynn may have the other. It was acquired by Sofia Imber and loaned to the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art. It can be viewed in the Scottsdale stately house where it now hangs. The frame is quite unique and helps prove its authenticity. Partial ownership with possession is available. Inquire.

Artist:
Pablo Picasso
Born / Died
1886-1973
Type:
Oil on Canvas
Size:
15.0” x 11.0”
Frame:
Spectacular 23.25” h x 19.5” w
Signed:
Yes
Est. price:
$325,000
Available
large authentic botero painting

Large Authentic Botero

Large Authentic Botero Painting for Sale

Botero’s magnificently framed The Card Players” and its identically framed companion piece, The Bordello, were purchased directly from Botero by the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art and displayed in the museum for years. The Bordello was then sold to its current owner to raise the money needed to pay the museum’s salaries after Chavez seized power. Subsequently, the museum’s financial affairs worsened and The Card Players was sold to the same private buyer for the same purpose. In the interim between the two sales the Chavez regime ordered a wax identification seal to be installed on a number of the museum’s paintings including The Card Players. The seal has slightly stretched its canvas by contracting as the wax dried. We recommend the seal NOT be removed because it attracts attention and there is such an interesting story behind it. There is a Sofia Imber authentication certificate verso. Both attention-getting pieces are being sold to settle the Buyer’s estate. Authenticity is guaranteed or your money back. Partial ownership with possession is available to investors. This is an eye-catching great investment.

Artist:
Fernando Botero
Born / Died
1932-2023
Type:
Oil on Canvas
Size:
78 5/8” x 64 7/8”
Frame:
88.5” x 74.75”
Signed:
Yes
Est. price:
$180,000
Available
nattier masterpiece painting

Nattier Masterpiece

Nattier Masterpiece Painting for Sale

This magnificently framed museum-worthy oil is Jean-Paul Nattier’s masterpiece, “Henrietta of France as Flora.” Nattier had a commission from Louis XV to paint it for himself and several copies for his friends.

This original is believed to be a 1920s deaccession of the Musee des Beaux-Arts, Orleans, France which was acquired by the French government for display in one of its embassies. Two other identical versions by Nattier are in the Versailles Museum. Flora is the goddess of spring and renewal. Henrietta was greatly appreciated by France’s royal family and its supporters because she gave the King of France a desperately needed son and heir.

There is a faded Bernheim Jeune et cie gallery sales receipt verso dated 1920 attached verso. The painting is signed Nattier and the sales receipt confirms it is a Nattier. This impressive painting is now available for thousands instead of millions because it only has a partial provenance back to the Embassy and the art restorer to whom it was sent for cleaning prior to its sale to the Seller. It may be viewed in the current owner’s great stately home in Scottsdale, Arizona. Partial ownership with full possession is negotiable if the buyer is also an investor willing to resell it as soon as Sotheby’s accepts forensics as proof of authenticity.

Artist:
Jean-Marc Nattier
Born / Died
1685-1766
Type:
Oil on canvas
Size:
Image: 46” x 34;” Frame: 55” x 44”
Signed:
Yes
Est. price:
$250,000
Available
campendonk masterpiece painting

Campendonk Masterpiece

Campendonk Masterpiece Painting for Sale

Heinrich Campendonk (1889-1957) is increasingly recognized as one of the world’s greatest artists. And this impressive oil appears to be one of Campendonk’s finest works. For example, it was featured at one of the world’s most famous art shows, the 2015 TEFAF art fair. This painting is thought to be one of the paintings the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art periodically sold about twenty years ago to raise the monies needed to pay its staff after the Chavez regime assumed control of Venezuela and began looting the country. It can be viewed in the great Scottsdale stately house where it will hang until the executor of the owner’s estate sells it.

Artist:
Heinrich Campendonk
Born / Died
1889-1957
Type:
Oil on canvas
Painting:
43.0" x 29.5"
Frame:
51.0 x 38.0
Signed:
Lower right
Est. price:
$120,000
Available

Amedeo Modigliani

This attention-getting and recently much-copied oil on canvas was thought by its owner and those who viewed it to be a splendid original Modigliani portraying his lover, wife, and favorite model, Jeanne Hebuterne. Theirs was a relationship for the ages – she committed suicide when he died so she could be buried with him. Modigliani passed when he was relatively young, but he was a prolific painter and produced many works, especially many versions of Jeanne. Most of them are in museums. This particular piece has several gallery certificates verso that suggest its authenticity as does the old canvas on which it is painted. It can be viewed where it hangs in the great stately home described in www.phgmag.com/mediterranean-masterpiece. It also appears to have been subsequently copied although, perhaps, they are versions from the varnishing sale or commissions. The executor does not know who owned it previously or how it was acquired. But it must be sold to settle an estate. If forensics subsequently authenticates it as the original it will be worth millions instead of thousands. Partial ownership with full possession is possible if the buyer will agree to have the painting sold by Sotheby’s when Sotheby’s begins accepting forensics as proof of authenticity in lieu of Sotheby’s current requirement of a perfect provenance.

Artist:
Amedeo Modigliani
Born / Died
1884-1920
Type:
Oil on Canvas
Painting:
26.0" high x 24.0" wide
Frame:
36.0" high and 31.0" wide
Signed:
Yes
Est. price:
$95,000
Available
classic degas oil painting

Classic Degas Oil

Classic Degas Oil Painting for Sale

Impressive and absolutely splendid Degas oil on canvas. From the Imber estate. Possibly a de-accession from the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art where it was on loan and prominently displayed for some years. There is an important Sofia Imber authentication certificate verso. (Sofia Imber was the founder and director of the Museum and a major contributor of its funds and the paintings until the museum was seized by the Chavez regime). Available to be viewed where it hangs in a great Scottsdale, Arizona mansion. Partial ownership with possession possible. Inquire.

Artist:
Edgar Degas
Born / Died
1834-1917
Type:
Oil on canvas
Size:
19.75” wide” x 15.75” high
Frame:
26.25” wide x 22.25 ” high
Signed:
Yes
Est. price:
$95,000
Available
berthe morisot painting

Berthe Morisot

Berthe Morisot Painting for Sale

Impressive and absolutely splendid Berthe Morisot oil on canvas. From the Imber estate. Possibly a de-accession from the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art where it was on loan and prominently displayed for some years. There is an important Sofia Imber authentication certificate verso. (Sofia Imber was the founder and director of the Museum and a major contributor of its funds and the paintings until the museum was seized by the Chavez regime). There is a galley seal and an important Imber authentication certificate verso. There is also a WWII Nazi seizure wax seal verso that suggests it was seized during the war and then returned and sold. Available to be viewed where it hangs in a great Scottsdale, Arizona mansion. Partial ownership with possession possible. Inquire.

Artist:
Berthe Morisot
Born / Died
1841-1895
Type:
Oil on canvas
Size:
39.5” wide” x 27.5” high
Frame:
46.75” wide x 34.75” high
Signed:
Yes
Est. price:
$140,000
Available
important georges seurat painting

Important Georges Seurat

Important Georges Seurat Painting for Sale

Georges Seurat (1889-1957) is increasingly recognized as one of the world’s greatest artists. This impressive oil painting appears to be one of his better works. There is an important certificate verso. This painting is thought to be one of the paintings the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art periodically sold some years ago to raise the monies needed to pay its staff after the Chavez regime assumed control of Venezuela and began looting the country. It can be viewed in the great Scottsdale stately house where it will hang until the executor of the owner’s estate sells it. Partial ownership with possession is possible. Inquire

Artist:
Georges Seurat
Born / Died
1859-1891
Type:
Oil on canvas
Size:
20.75” wide” x 16.5” high
Frame:
30 .75” wide x 26.5” high
Signed:
Yes
Est. price:
$110,000
Available
world-famous carpet painting

Splendid Big Picasso

Splendid Big Picasso Painting for Sale

Impressive and absolutely splendid original Picasso cubist oil on canvas. Can be viewed hanging over the fireplace in its owner’s magnificent library. Acquired from the Imber estate and the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art where it was on loan and prominently displayed for many years. There is an important Sofia Imber authentication certificate verso. (Sofia Imber was the founder of the Museum and a major contributor of funds and works of art until the museum was “nationalized” by the Chavez regime. (see Wikipedia). There is a Nazi wax seal verso indicating it was confiscated by the Germans in WW2. There is also a receipt verso indicating it was purchased in Paris for 10,000 francs on May of 1922 at the Theisen and Herrmann Gallery. Available to be viewed where it hangs in a palatial Scottsdale, Arizona mansion. Partial ownership with full possession is possible if you agree to sell it when Sotheby’s and Christies begin accepting forensic evidence as proof of authenticity. Inquire.

Artist:
Pablo Picasso
Born / Died
1886-1973
Type:
Oil on canvas
Size:
31.5” wide” x 47.0” high
Frame:
47.0” wide x 55.5” high
Signed:
Yes
Est. price:
$360,000
Available
world-famous carpet painting

World-Famous Carpet

World-Famous Carpet Painting for Sale

The magnificent carpet on the library floor has a story. It was commissioned in 1972 on a then-forbidden trip to Kashmir. It is based upon the oldest carpet remnant ever found, the Pazryk, discovered in permafrost in an ancient grave and now residing in the Hemitage Museum.
The Seller travelled to Kashmir in the early 70s immediately after the fragment’s discovery and commissioned a family of weavers to recreate the fragment into a complete carpet. Several copies of this original have since been produced by the family which must work full-time for several years to produce each one. Laura Bush has one and says it is her favorite possession. Rush Limbaugh had one and said it was his was his favorite possession. The academic report carried to Kashmir and the original shipping and payment documents are under glass in the library and included.
This carpet caused one international incident and almost caused another. The first was when India’s Prime Minister made a speech in Parliament saying the Seller was in Kashmir as a CIA spy and would be caught (he wasn’t). The second occurred when the Seller had a reception for the Prime Minister of British Columbia and the Governor of Alaska to discuss expanding the Alaska Railroad into Canada. The Canadian consul from Seattle attended. He was a Persian rug collector from his days at Canada’s Tehran Embassy. In the middle of the Seller’s crowded living room the consul looked down. Said “Oh my God,” handed his drink to the prime minister and got down on his hands and knees and began pushing his way through the crowd saying “oh my God. Oh my God.” Everyone thought he was drunk.

Type:
Superbly knotted
Size:
14.5’ x 11.0’
Origin:
Pazryk
Woven:
Kashmir
Est. price:
$250,000
Available
chinese jade clock in glass case painting

Chinese Jade Clock in glass case

Chinese Jade Clock in glass case Painting for Sale

Executor’s client acquired the clock in 1972 in what was once the French concession in Tianjin near Peking (now Beijing). It was at the time of Nixon’s visit. His client had obtained a visa because the Chinese had seen a map of North America and thought Alaska was a separate country. He was being driven on a narrow cobblestone street in the old French concession when he passed an open door and could see into a room stuffed to the rafters with ceiling-high piles (yes piles) of clocks, jade carvings, incense burners, etc. “I stopped the van and walked back. There were three old men with Mao jackets inspecting confiscated antiques. They were not for sale. But a few green dollars changed hands and I got my pick. This clock was the only one with its own glass case and looked like the best piece. I walked out carrying the clock and its glass case. “No one questioned me when I carried it on my lap all the way from Peking to Hong Kong to Bangkok to Los Angeles.” The executor reports that In Hong Kong in the 1980s he saw similar clocks being sold for 300,000 to 400,000 HK dollars.

Est. price:
$80,000
Available
superb leonora carrington painting

Superb Leonora Carrington

Superb Leonora Carrington Painting for Sale

This magnificent Leonora Carrington (1917-2011) oil on canvas with a museum-grade frame can be viewed and purchased where it hangs in the Seller’s great Scottsdale, Arizona home. It has an important gallery certificate verso and is accompanied by a 1983 donation receipt to the Mexican Red Cross and a 1984 sales receipt from the Red Cross to its owner. A shared ownership with full possession is possible if the Buyer will agree to share the proceeds with the Seller’s trust and let Sotheby’s or Christies sell it when they begin accepting forensic evidence in lieu of the perfect provenances that they now require.

Artist:
Leonora Carrington
Born / Died
1917-2011
Type:
Oil on Canvas
Size:
20.0” high x 16.0” wide
Frame:
28.0” high x 24.0” wide
Signed:
Lower right
Est. price:
$80,000
Available
superb toulouse-lautrec painting

Superb Toulouse-Lautrec

Superb Toulouse-Lautrec Painting for Sale

Comte Henri Marie Raymond de Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa (1864-1901), known as Toulouse-Lautrec, was a French painter whose life in Bohemian Paris in the late 19th century allowed him to produce enticing, elegant, and provocative images of the decadent affairs of those times.
Born into the aristocracy, Toulouse-Lautrec was very short due to his undersized legs.He developed an affinity for Paris’ brothels and prostitutes which became the subject for many of his works. He is among the painters known as Post-Impressionists along with Paul Cezane, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, and George Seurat. In 2005 Christie’s sold Toulouse-Lautrec’s early painting of a young laundress for $22.4 million.
This painting could be worth substantially more if it can be forensically authenticated to the satisfaction of a major auction house. Both full and partial ownership with possession may be available. Inquire.

Artist:
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Born / Died
1864-1901
Type:
Oil Painting on board
Image:
20 x 16 inches
Frame:
28 x 24 inches
Est. price:
$195,000
Available

Leonora Carrington

This magnificent Leonora Carrington (1917-2011) oil on canvas with a museum-grade frame can be viewed and purchased where it hangs in the Seller’s great Scottsdale, Arizona home. It has an important gallery certificate verso dated 1956. An outright sale is available, but a lower price and shared ownership with the Buyer having full possession is possible if the Buyer will agree to share the proceeds with the Seller’s trust and let Sotheby’s or Christies sell it when they begin accepting forensic evidence in lieu of the perfect provenances they now require.

Artist:
Leonora Carrington
Born / Died
1917-2011
oil on canvas:
24 x 20 inches
Frame:
32 x 28 .5 inches
Est. price:
$95,000
Available

Picasso sketchbook

This attention-getting Picasso sketchbook is thought to be one of the few Picasso sketchbooks still in private hands. Picasso famously carried such a sketchbook and a handful of pencils at all times to record images he might come upon that could be subsequently used in his paintings. It contains numerous signed and unsigned sketches both in pencil and in color. Also included is a splendid art book about his sketchbooks. The sketchbook can be viewed where it is prominently displayed in the library of the great stately home described in www.phgmag.com/mediterranean-masterpiece. The estate executor selling it does not know who owned it previously or how it was acquired. And that does not matter – it must now be sold to settle an estate. What is certain is that if forensics subsequently authenticates it as being original it will be worth millions instead of thousands. The executor is sufficiently sure of its authenticity that partial ownership with full possession, with the seller’s trust owning the remainder, is possible if the buyer will agree to have the painting sold by Sotheby’s when Sotheby’s begins accepting forensics as proof of authenticity in lieu of Sotheby’s current requirement of perfect provenances.

Est. price:
$195,000
Available

First Painting in US?

Historically Important American painting for a Western or Americana Collector. Possibly the oldest painting ever painted in America outside of a cave. Hangs above the fireplace in the music room which was specifically given a fireplace to display this piece. Spectacular old museum quality frame. Extremely important piece. Early American Tempura portrait of Saint Francis.

Background: In 1598 the Conquistador Onate came into what is now New Mexico with a company of Spanish soldiers and ten Franciscan priests. Onate became the first governor of New Mexico and the priests built mission churches and established America’s first school – for the purpose of teaching the Indians to draw and carve religious icons or their homes and churches. To demonstrate their humility the priests used their own cassocks to paint the image which the students were taught to copy. It is not known if this painting survived the Pueblo Uprising of 1680 or was done when the priests returned. This painting was acquired from the Archdiocese of Santa Fe in 1907 when a well-to-do European collector of religious art visited the Archdiocese on his year-long “grand tour” of America. He found a room filled with relics and icons from the recently closed missions and bought this magnificently framed tempura which the Santa Fe priests identified as the Saint Francis which the local natives were taught to copy. The European collector ended up living in San Marino many years later and sold the painting in 1967 when he was in his 90s via the Pasadena Auction Galley to the Executor’s client who was its third owner. The next buyer of this piece will be the 4th owner of all time. The Franciscan House in Northern California heard about this piece in the late 1980s and contacted the Executor’s client and asked for it as a donation or bequest. It hangs above the fireplace in the music room. Possibly the oldest painting done in America. Magnificently framed.

This impressive work of art is being sold to settle an estate. It came from a great Arizona stately home.  It may or may not be a museum de-accession.  The owners and their guests may have thought it real but neither we nor the executor can authenticate it because over the years memories fade, paperwork is lost, owners and artists die, and galleries close.  This piece has not been forensically analyzed and we do not warrant its authenticity or value.

     Estates and Consignment Fine Art are agents; neither we nor the consignor warrant anything about this piece or the certificates, stamps, letters, authentications, and descriptions that accompany it

Artist:
Unknown Franciscan
Media:
Tempura
Size:
frame:
Est. price:
$150,000
Available

Classic Fernand Leger

This impressive oil on canvas is instantly recognizable as a work of the great French artist, Fernand Leger (1881-1955). Its authenticity is suggested by the Gallerie Louise Leris certificate verso. The certificate titles it “Acrobates” and dates it to 1922. It is not known if that is the date of the painting or the date at which it passed into the hands of the gallery. There is also a faint Winsor and Newton stamp verso. Winsor and Newton was a major supplier of artists’ paints and canvases in the 1920s.

Artist:
Fernand Leger
Born / Died
1881-1955
Type:
Oil on Canvas
Signed:
Lower right
Painting:
31 x 23 inches
Frame:
37 x 29 inches
Est. price:
$85,000
Available

Impressive Early Picasso

This is a splendid early Picasso with a certificate verso suggesting it came from Sofia Imber’s personal collection and a second certificate of authenticity from the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art which Imber founded, funded and directed for many years. Both certificates contain the inventory number 378791 which suggests it was one of the Picassos Imber had acquired prior to founding the museum and subsequently placed on loan to it – and then retrieved years later when the Chavez regime seized the museum and ousted her. The painting is signed P Ruiz Picasso which is how Picasso signed his early works. His signature also appears verso. There is an ancient professional minor repair verso suggesting that it was known to be valuable even then. It does not have a gallery certificate or stamp which suggests that it might be one of the paintings that the fabulously wealthy Imber acquired directly from Picasso.

Artist:
Pablo Picasso
Born / Died
1881-1973
Media:
Oil on canvas
Signed:
lower right
Painting:
27.5 x 19.0 inches
Frame:
36.0 x 27.0 inches
Est. price:
$185,000

Now You Can Buy Impressive Original Works of Art for Less

Now You Can Buy Impressive Original Works of Art for Less

Art Finders is like a real estate company except that we list and sell fine oil paintings from famous artists instead of real estate.  In essence, we use our many years of experience in the art world to discretely find buyers for impressive works of art that are now hanging in private United States and Canadian homes.  These are pieces that need to be sold immediately for one reason or another. They often have COAs and are guaranteed to pass forensics tests related to the age of their paint and canvases. Partial ownership with full possession may be available to investor-owners in some cases. Inquire.

The opportunity to buy these impressive works of well-known artists for thousands of dollars instead of millions exists today because a few years ago the great auction houses such as Sotheby’s stopped accepting the COAs of “experts” as sufficient proof of authenticity – because of lawsuits if the forensics of today proved the experts’ COAs wrong.  As a result, the great auction houses now require perfect provenances (ownership chains) instead of COAs.

The great auction houses’ current requirement of perfect provenances leaves behind many impressive and probably authentic works of art that families and museums acquired years earlier and now need to sell – including authentic pieces that have gaps in their early provenances because over the years the buyers passed, memories faded, receipts were lost, galleries closed, artists died, etc.  They are great investments because they can now be bought for thousands of dollars instead of millions and will look good on your wall until forensics advances enough for you get them forensically authenticated sufficient to satisfy one of the great auction houses.

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Someday in the future improved forensics will be able to authenticate such works of art with partial provenances to the satisfaction of one of the great auction houses:  improved X-ray techniques that can find the artists’ fingerprints, visual recognition software applied to scan the artists’ brushstrokes, improved carbon-dating techniques that can pinpoint when and where a canvas was painted, etc.  At that point the impressive-looking works of art on your walls may be worth millions if forensics subsequently proves them to be authentic.

Our Buyers buy such impressive-appearing and potentially valuable works of art from Sellers who need money now and cannot wait for forensics to improve to the point that it is accepted by Sotheby’s and Christies.  We seek out such works of “needs to be sold” fine art and earn a commission from their sellers when we find a buyer for them.  Prices and partial ownership with possession are sometimes negotiable.

The Viewing and Buying Process:

The Viewing and Buying Process

Art Finders receives your inquiry about a piece it has listed and sends prices and additional information to you. If you like what you see and want to examine the art in person, you wire-transfer a fully refundable $5000 deposit to the would-be Seller’s bank for the right to privately view a piece in the US or Canadian home or museum where it is currently hanging.   The deposit is applied to the purchase if a sale occurs and is fully refunded if it does not.

Art Finders then arranges a private viewing at the home or museum where the piece is hanging.  If both parties agree, there is a sale that results in Art Finders earning a commission and the work of art moving to a new home.  The potential Buyer may bring his own experts and consultants, and anyone else, to the viewing.

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The Deposit is Important.

It is important to the Sellers because it suggests they will be discretely opening their homes to someone who is a qualified potential buyer.  It is important to the Buyer because it gives him proof that the Seller is real by providing him with the Seller’s name and address as well as other detailed contact information including the name of the Seller’s bank and his account number.

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Email Art Finders at martinarcherv@gmail.com for information about the above pieces and information about the others we have available, or if you would like to arrange a private viewing in the great and impressive stately homes where they are now hanging.

Contact us to view original works of art attributed by their current private owners to the following artists: Abercrombie, Banksy,Basquiat, Boldini, Blake, Buffet, Calder, Cezanne, Chagall, Childe Hassan, Cortes, Delacroix, deNeuville, DiChirco, Dubuffet, Dufy, Faulkner, Goya, Hassan, Hopper, Johns, Kahlo, Kandinsky, Kasnor, Klee, Koons, LeCorbusier, Matisse. Max, Miro, Modigliani, Mondrian, Monet, Morrisseau, Okeefe, Picabia. Picasso (early and cubist), Pissaro, Pollock, Diego Rivera, Rothko, Sergeant, Seurat, Severini, Syzslo, Tamayo, Tiffany, Toulouse Lautrec, Warhol.

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