Forest in Autumn Light

May 25, 2020. 20:47 UTC
Forest in Autumn Light
Frederick Lyle Von Thrauthemburg Morris
United States of America

Modern art

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Framed Digital art - original 24x36 on canvas Shown 2019 - Garden Memphis - purchased $1500.00 Exhibits: Memphis Garden Exhibit 2019 Permanente Exhibit - Christian Brothers University Museum, New York Exhibit 2012 Beacham Art Gallery 2009



Exhibits: Memphis Garden Exhibit 2019 New York Exhibit 2012 Beacham Art Gallery 2009

Answered within 2 days
May 27, 17:54 UTC
By Sara S

Fair Market Value

$50 - $150 USD

Insurance Value

$0 USD
What does this mean?

Hello Frederick,

Thank you for your appraisals with Mearto. The item presented appears to be a giclée on canvas after a photograph taken by Jon Woodhams (Tennessee) titled "Forest in the Autumn Light." The image was first captured via photography, possibly manipulated in a photo editing software, then printed on a large scale laser printer.

You can find other works and purchased a variety of giclées on his websites. -

Unfortunately, Woodhams is not a listed artist and does not hold auction records. It appears he is commercial or retail artist at this point. With that said, a fair market value would be based on the retail price of the object. I selected this image in the size and material noted in your description and the total came to about $215. A typical fair market value in a secondary setting would be a range from a third to half of the retail price. Therefore, the estimate provided is based on that those measurements. Thank you and please take care.

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