The blind fiddler after david wilkie

May 15, 2021. 21:58 UTC
The Blind Fiddler after David Wilkie
United States of America


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This print has been in the family for as long as I can remember. It looks to be a print on card. It was reframed in 2003. Print dimensions are 21.5" x 16". The frame is 28.5" x 23".


This print has been in the family for long time, maybe close to 100 years.

Answered within 1 day
May 17, 15:16 UTC
By Karine SH

Fair Market Value

$150 - $200 USD

Suggested Asking Price

$140 USD
What does this mean?

Dear Simon,

Thank you again for your second inquiry.

The appraised item is an engraving after another original painting by David Wilkie.

"The blind fiddler ", by John Rupert
Engraving published on 6th 1877, by the London Fine Art Association by Child permission of Messrs Henry Graves & Co.
Sight: approx 16" x 21.5" .
Condition: excellent

The work depicts a group of lower-class individuals within a humble setting who are entertained by the music of a fiddler. The original painting is part of the Tate collection in London:

The estimation in red is based on actual recent past recorded auction sales of comparables.

This engraving could be sold as a pair with the other work you own. The estimation for both works would be between $300 and $400.

Best regards,


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