Find the values of Terry Redlin art print editions that are not sold out in the "Painting Library" at RedlinArt.com. However, for sold out editions, users need an appraisal by a certified Terry Redlin art dealer or a qualified art appraiser to determine its condition, such as World-Wide-Art.com. Many factors contribute to the art print's valuation, including the print's popularity, type of edition, condition and prevailing market. Print editions that are sold out typically increase much more in value.
The RedlinArt.com website does not appraise or offer print valuations, but they have resource phone numbers to help users find a certified appraiser in their area. The prints sold by RedlinArt.com have never been sold before and are in mint condition.
Art prints that are faded or discolored have a significantly reduced value. The American Institute for Conservation recommends avoiding all ultraviolet, fluorescent and metal halide light because its cumulative effects irreversibly damage the print. Also, heat and humidity can damage the art print and reduce its value.
The type of print also affects the value. Find Terry Redlin prints as artist proofs, limited edition prints, open edition prints, canvas prints and canvas transfers. All of the print types have different values and require an appraisal to give an accurate determination.