Authentication and Evaluation of Paintings
What is the provenance of the painting (its history)?
Other online resources
The International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR) website includes an informative page within its Educational Resources section titled "Provenance Guide." [accessed February, 2014]
An article by Alan Bamberger, a San Francisco, CA-based art consultant, titled "Art Provenance: What is it and How to Verify it."
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