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The best way to identify an artist's signature is to have an intimate understanding of the monograms, signatures or other markings common to that artist's work. Failing that, one can consult either a free or paid online ... More »

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To identify artist signatures on paintings, locate the signature or the monogram on the painting, and note the painting type. Use John Castagno's signature directories available from Scarecrow Press or as an online datab... More »

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Prospective fame and notoriety is the purpose of artists signing their work. Signing paintings started as a way of expanding the potential pool of sponsors. More »

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To identify artist signatures on paintings, locate the signature or the monogram on the painting, and note the painting type. Use John Castagno's signature directories available from Scarecrow Press or as an online datab... More »

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Freemanart Consultancy, Art Experts and ArtBusiness are businesses that authenticate paintings and artistsメ signatures. Foundations established to honor artists also can provide information about authentication. Informat... More »

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Oil paintings by a particular artist can be found online on website databases like Daily Artists or Oil Paintings Gallery. The online databases feature the artwork categorized by specific artists or can be searched based... More »

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