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Mearto Specialist:

Anne M.

Anne has been providing collectors with fine art appraisals and authentication research for the last 10 years. She specializes in the identification of forgeries and has worked alongside some of the world's leading experts in the field of provenance research and scientific analysis. Her extensive experience includes collaborations with major museums, foundations and auction houses in Europe and the United States, ensuring the integrity of high-value transactions. As an online appraisal expert, Anne enjoys the diversity of items submitted by Mearto customers and takes pride in sharing her knowledge and passion for fine art.

Have you recently inherited or purchased an Impressionist painting and want to know its value?

Mearto provides quick and affordable online appraisals of Impressionist paintings. Click on the "Start Appraisal" button above, follow the steps, and send us information and images of your Impressionist painting. Our experienced specialists will review and get back to you with a fair market and insurance value, typically within 48 hours.

Have questions about the valuation provided or need advice about selling your Impressionist painting? Our platform allows you to chat with a specialist to ensure all your questions are answered.

What is Impressionism?

Impressionism is a 19th-century art movement that originated in France and spread throughout Europe. It's characterized by open compositions, freely applied colors replacing lines and contours in forming subjects of paintings.

Impressionists painted outdoors (en plein air), capturing transitory effects of natural light with short "broken" strokes and thick paint, emphasizing color over contour and accuracy.

What themes are usually found in Impressionist paintings?

Impressionists embraced everyday life themes, depicting landscapes, still lifes, bourgeois leisure, and recreation without heavy symbolism.

What is the difference between Impressionism and Post-Impressionism?

Post-Impressionism originated as a reaction against Impressionism. It rejected Impressionism's immediate rendering of naturalistic light, emphasizing symbolic content over immediate surroundings.

What is the most expensive Impressionist painting ever sold?

The most sought-after Impressionist artists include Cézanne, Renoir, Monet, Manet, Pissarro, and Degas. Cézanne's "Card Players" holds the top spot, sold for $340 million. Paintings by Renoir, Monet, and Manet also fetch hundreds of millions.

Where are Impressionist paintings sold?

Impressionist paintings, highly prized on today's art market, are found in museums and sold at major auction houses under the supervision of specialists. Due to the loose technique, fakes can be common; a professional appraisal can determine value and authenticity.

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