Hidden temple

May 15, 2018. 18:34 UTC
Hidden Temple Item images 2f1526412150717 z2mv8h191qb 5367e97ae6b214cea3ad459f246f216e 2f20180515 120634 Item images 2f1526410188732 ytu9j6z57me 67b0faab57f2ecf69ef76c10dc2b93d1 2f20180515 114505 001 Item images 2f1526412062066 7xug6rn5ucg 01e02d014792f4f774a96c5196eb2141 2f20180515 115527
Debra
United States of America

Category
Photography

Acquired from
Gallery/Dealer

Seller's estimate
$0

For sale
No
Description

Photo in Antelope Canyon Size is 73x34 framed. Dark wood frame with black mat

Provenance

Peter Lik Gallery at Caesars

Expert appraisals:
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$1,300 - $2,000 (United States Dollar)
Answered within 1 day
May 16, 19:15 UTC
By Erin-Marie Wallace

Dear Debra,

The images that Lik took at Antelope Canyon have become classic Lik images. That said, at auction this example has a range of $1300USD to $2000USD.

As always, if you have any follow-up questions I am available for you.

Kind Regards,

Erin-Marie

Debra chapa May 16, 19:23 UTC

I have the number for Hidden Temple, it is 59/950, for TranquilBlue it is 705/950, and g or Lost Forrest it is 169/950

Erin-marie wallace May 16, 19:26 UTC

Perfect!!! Because of their provenance, I took the liberty of assuming the editions would be signed and of limited number release so my estimates have been under the assumption that each piece you have submitted was hand-signed and numbered.

Debra chapa May 16, 19:27 UTC

Does that change the values?

Erin-marie wallace May 16, 19:32 UTC

It does not, all of my research has been based on the signed and numbered, limited editions by Lik. While there are exceptions, it is common that public auction prices will average less than 50% of current retail prices. Let me know if this leaves you with any questions.

Erin-Marie

Debra chapa May 16, 19:37 UTC

Wow those values are much less than what I paid for them. I am dissapointed.

Debra chapa May 16, 19:38 UTC

Yes all 3 are signed and numbered by Peter Lik

Erin-marie wallace May 16, 20:11 UTC

Dear Debra,

My hope is that you bought these first because you love, love, love them; never forget that, that is more important than what current secondary-market auction trends are. I'll add to that and mention that because Fine Art trends are changing constantly, you should revisit the values of your pieces in three to five years. I'm preparing to board a plane as I type this, but will complete your third evaluation tomorrow once back in my office. In the meantime, if you think of any questions regarding the secondary art market let me know and I'll answer you as best as I am able.

Sincerely,

Erin-Marie

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