Wesselmann

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Recent Acquisitions

RECENT ACQUISITIONS

What is a COA and why are they important?

Find peace in mind knowing when you shop at GallArt.com that the artwork you purchase is genuine and always comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Screen Shot 2015-06-04 at 12.48.22 PMWhat Is a Certificate of Authenticity?

A Certificate of Authenticity is a bit like an artwork’s birth certificate, passport and quality guarantee all rolled into one.

Essentially, a COA is a document, created by the artist or someone who is an expert on the artist, which accompanies an artwork and contains all the information a collector could need to verify if the piece of art is genuine.

A Certificate of Authenticity (COA) provides a lot of concrete detail about a piece, but by existing for a particular piece, it says even more. An artwork that has a COA is one that is made by a professional practicing artist, not an amateur. It is a piece that has collectible value. The Certificate adds a tangible credibility to the work. It can help the work hold its value.

The COA is held to be an indirect promise of quality. Art pieces that have a COA have usually been made by an artist who cares about their work, its longevity and their collectors. The piece is likely to have been created from the best materials available, be designed to last and been created by an expert. Back to the concrete details, the Certificate will provide all the information on the medium(s) of the piece needed for conservation that might otherwise be lost forever.

Certificates protect the artist and the buyer by helping to prove that an artwork is original. Cheap copies sold without an artist’s knowledge or consent is unfortunately common. Without a COA attached, this situation makes it next to impossible for the buyer to be confident of the value of the piece or for the artist to maintain their credibility and their livelihood.

As an art collector, you really must only buy Fine Art pieces that are backed by a Certificate of Authenticity. This helps ensure that what you have bought at a premium is genuine and not counterfeit.

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Peter Max, Flag with Heart - 1991

Peter Max, Flag with Heart – 1991

Peter Max, Flag - 2013

Peter Max, Flag – 2013

Dave McGary, Strikes with Thunder - 1989

Dave McGary, Strikes with Thunder – 1989

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Robert Cottingham, Hot - 2009

Robert Cottingham, Hot – 2009

Sam Francis, Untitled - 1984

Sam Francis, Untitled – 1984

Jim Dine, The Bather - 2005

Jim Dine, The Bather – 2005

Robert Rauschenberg , Cage - 1983

Robert Rauschenberg , Cage – 1983

Salvador Dali, Tristan & Isolde - 1972

Salvador Dali, Tristan & Isolde – 1972

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Keith Haring – Pop Shop Quad I, 1987

17 x 19.5 inches, Screen print - 2013 152/1000

Andy Warhol (Sunday B. Morning) – Dollar Sign, 2013

Love, 1971

Peter Max – Love, 1971

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Robert Indiana – Love Suite

Sage, 2013

Peter Max – Sage, 2013

We Are Currently Looking To Purchase The Following Works Of Art

We are currently looking to purchase the following works of art.

Plus any other works that are signed by Warhol, Lichtenstein, Haring and Wesselamnn.

If you have anything else for sale, please let us know.

-> GallArt.com

Please provide condition and pricing information.
Andy Warhol
Mick Jagger FS II 142

Screenprint on Arches Aquarelle
Hand signed and numbered in pencil
1975
Andy Warhol
Myths: Superman FS IIB. 260

Screenprint on Lenox  Museum Board
Hand signed and numbered in pencil
1981
Keith Haring
Statue of Liberty

Silkscreen
Hand signed, numbered and dated in pencil
1986
Tom Wesselmann
Big Blonde

Screenprint
Hand signed and numbered in pencil
1989
Roy Lichtenstein
Reflections on the Scream

Lithograph, screen print, woodcut and metalized PVC collage with embossing on mold-made Somerset Paper
Hand signed, numbered and dated in  pencil
1990
Robert Longo
Men in the Cities: Eric

Lithograph on Arches Cover Paper
Hand signed, numbered and dated in pencil
1999
Jeff Koons
Balloon Dog (Blue)

Cast porcelain coated with a reflective finish
Stamped signature and numbered on verso in felt-tip pen
2002
Robert Indiana
Love

Bronze
Inscribed signature, number and date on base
1970-93
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