I have a paining with the gold plaque that says a Hay-wagon and is signed by WB stone How can I get an estimate for what it’s worth or if it’s the original?
- Jimmy CLv 78 months ago
All you have to do is search it online. Out of curiosity I have just googled it, and found it all over the internet. You can buy it for $38 online, so it is obviously mass-produced.
One easy way to tell a print from a painting is to look at it from an angle. A print is flat, but an original painting has slightly raised paint caused by brush strokes.
- SCATTY cLv 68 months ago
it is an actual oil painting or is it (more likely) a mass produced copy. A copy is worthless.
The fact that is signed Stone - makes no different unless its an original.
If it is an actual oil painting - then take it to a local art dealer to look at
- Anonymous8 months ago
If it is a painting rather than a print, look for your local fine art auction house and see if they do valuations. Some will do it on a walk-in basis, often for free. If it was a Constable they would be all over you like a cheap suit.
- 8 months ago
Well it’s signed stone the Placher says W.stone Haywagon The back has turner manufacturing company Chicago item 5854T162 Haywagon fashion plate wall Accessories beauty and lot schedule T 50