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Artwork is only as valuable as its ability to be authenticated

If you witnessed your artwork created, you know it is authentic. However, proving it is authentic to a buyer, an insurance company, or a tax authority who did not witness its creation might be quite a different matter.

At a minimum certified documentation such as a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) and/or letter of Provenance may be required, and in the case of high-value artwork, an up-to-date authentication including expert opinion might be necessary.


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