"The Blue Boy" painting was purchased in 1921 for $725,000. "The Blue Boy" has not been on auction since. Adjusting for inflation and assuming the painting has not appreciated in value, $725,000 equals an excess of 9 mil... More »

The painting "The Blue Boy" was purchased by Henry Huntington in 1921 for a then-record price of $725,000, which translates to more than $9.6 million in 2014. "Pinkie" was the last painting purchased by Huntington in the... More »

Boys with brown hair and blue eyes are largely of the Caucasoid race and are mainly concentrated in Europe, the United States, the Middle East and Australia. Beyond race, geographical distribution, hair and eye color, th... More »

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Thomas Kinkade was a very successful American artist, and the value of his paintings is mainly dependent upon four factors – whether it’s a Kinkade original or reproduction/print, its quality, its edition size and its av... More »

The value of a Lee Reynolds painting can be determined using the same process as any other work of art, by analyzing certain aspects of the piece, including condition, subject matter and rarity. These are compared to auc... More »

The average value of a Lee Reynolds painting depends on its size, condition, subject matter and whether Reynolds actually painted it, but is relatively low, and ranges from $30 to under $2,000. Lee Reynolds is an artist ... More »

To determine a painting's value, a good place to start is to find auction records for other paintings by the same artist. The value of an oil painting is affected by several factors including its age, condition and the a... More »