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Recommend Experts for the Authentication of art by all artists.


Should you want to authenticate your artwork; it's important to understand that a specific process must be followed to ensure that your artwork is authenticated by the world's leading authorities and by each specific artist. While many companies offer certificates and Authentication of various kinds, the vast majority of these companies are not considered legitimate by the art world, and their certificates are essentially worthless.

We understand the importance of authenticity when it comes to artwork. That's why we always recommend the leading experts and foundations for each artist to establish the artwork's authenticity. Whether it's a piece by a renowned artist like Picasso, Monet, or Banksy, we have the experts with the knowledge and expertise to ensure that the right people authenticate artwork.

So if you're looking to have artwork authenticated, don't trust just any online expert. Choose a well-known professional with a proven track record of success and a commitment to working with the leading experts in the art world. Contact us today to learn more about our authentication services.

When seeking an expert for the Authentication of a work the following information is required. 

  • Full name (first and surname) of the owner or agent 

  • Complete postal address.

  • Phone number (country + area (and or city code) + number)

  • E-mail address

  • Image of the Artwork (Back & Front)


For Picasso's work, it's a little more complex. See our Picasso authentication page here.


 For the Authentication of works by Picasso, you must supply the following information.

  1. Two black and white (professional quality) photos of each of the artwork without the frame or glass. The size requires is 15 cm x 20 cm with a white margin of 3 cm around the photograph of each of the paintings. (physical photographs)

  2. One high-resolution colour digital file of the artwork "RECTO-VERSO". This is a double-sided photograph taken without the frame or glass. This must be put on a CD or USB key.

  3. The precise measurements of each of the work.

  4. Any details about such as provenance, previous owner, photographs of any labels on the back of the paintings or on the stretcher, and copy of any invoices. History, origin, etc.

These documents and information are essential to the process and must be written in English. Please note with the correct information, there may be a delay.


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