Joe Rowand Fine Art Services in Chapel Hill NC

Current online offerings updated frequently.

Seeing the value of art.

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Contact Joe Rowand Fine Art Services for art appraisals,
collection management and art remarketing:
919-869-7247

Establishing the Value of Art

“According to the IRS, fair market value should represent the price that would be paid by a willing buyer to a willing seller. ...It is not uncommon to insure works of art with numbers slightly higher than fair market value, bearing in mind that depending on the type of policy you have, the insurer may, if there is a claim, argue that the insured amount is excessive.


Michael Findlay's 2012 book, The Value of Art

Art Appraisal Services

Contact Joe Rowand Fine Art Services who will consider the following
when evaluating your art:

Authenticity
Size of the Work
Medium
Subject Matter
Reputation of the Artist
Period of the Artist's Career
Condition
Signed or Dated

Previous and Current Sales Records
Published References
Style or Trends
Rarity and Availability
Importance in the History of Art
Saleability or Desireability
Current Economy and Art Market
Quality of the Work

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Everything you can imagine is real. -Pablo Picasso

Genevieve Cotter - On The Market

Genevieve Cotter (1936-2017)

Genevieve's primary gallery representative: Somerhill Gallery, began in 1991; with over five featured one-person exhibitions as well as inclusion in several group shows, participated in public exhibitions: UNC-CH MBA exhibit, Durham Art Guild solo exhibit, Duke University; taught at UNC-CH, Minnesota Museum of Art, Austin Community College. Somerhill's records reflect close to 250 individual collectors and many corporate collections, including Glaxosmithkline, Suntrust, selected private collection: author Nicholas Sparks.

Genevieve herself once remarked
"I have come to focus in my own work on the sensuous quality of paint. My method of painting amplifies the labor intensiveness of my content and lends itself to the direct involvement with material. My work deals with themes of earth and water and a sense of place"

Cotter's Carolina Cascade 17

Genevieve Cotter, Out of Darkness Carolina Cascades #17, acrylic on canvas, 72" x 60", 2001, $4600

Genevieve Cotter, Out of Darkness Carolina Cascades #15, acrylic on canvas, 72" x 61", 2000, $4600

Cotter's Horse I

Genevieve Cotter, Horse I, acrylic on canvas,
18 " x 23 ", $700

Cotter's Horse II

Genevieve Cotter, Horse II , acrylic on canvas,
18 " x 23 ", $700

Cotter's Portrait

Genevieve Cotter, Portrait, acrylic on canvas, 36 " x 28 ", $950

Cotter's Abstract I

Genevieve Cotter, Abstract I , acrylic on canvas, 52" x 36", $3000

Cotter's Lascaux Horse

Genevieve Cotter, Lascaux Horse, acrylic on canvas, 41 " x 52 ", 1996, $3600

Cotter's Nereid

Genevieve Cotter, Nereid, acrylic on canvas, 79" x 36 ", 2000, $5000

Cotter's Abstract II

Genevieve Cotter, Abstract II, acrylic on canvas, 72" x 52 ", $4200

Cotter's Zig Zag Falls

Genevieve Cotter, Zig Zag Falls, acrylic on canvas, 67 " x 52 ", 2000, $4400


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Maud Gatewood - On The Market

Maud Gatewood (1934-2004)


Classic mature style
Acrylic on canvas painting

Maud's Gray Day

Maud Gatewood, Gray Day, acrylic on canvas, 30" x 32", 1974, $12000

Maud's Gray Day Detal

Maud Gatewood, Gray Day signature and detail

Maud's Red field

Maud Gatewood, Spring Rain, Tobacco Field Flooding, acrylic on canvas, 26" x 24", 1975, SOLD


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ON THE MARKET

Jerry Geier


Animals behind wall sculpture

Jerry Geier, ( untitled-but possibly called Purim based upon research on artist),terra cotta sculpture, 16" x 22" x 8", $1800


back view of sculpture

Back view

artist's signature on sculpture

Signature

Jerry Geier, Vermont artist; practiced law eight years before devoting his full time to art for the past thirty odd years concentrating in terracotta sculptures, but also doing woodcuts and dry point etchings. He also casts in bronze and has done life size carving groups of wooden fence post assemblages. Ia ms offering this at a below regular gallery price. For comparison to other pieces visit Phillip Janes Gallery where you can see for yourself this is a spectacular piece at an amazing price. It can be seen in my crowded Chapel Hill office, by appointment only please.

Ron Slaughter


sizes and prices are marked, all unframed.


Red Blossom

Ron Slaughter, Red Blossom, oil on canvas,
41 " x 53 ", $5300

Rose

Ron Slaughter, Rose, oil on canvas, 36" x 48", $4300

Maud Gatewood

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Maud Gatewood, Mary Lea Florance Gatewood (Maud's mother in front of her Thomas Day dresser), 28 1/2 x 22 1/2, mixed media on paper, framed, $5000 Maud Gatewood, Man at Beach Under Umbrella, 28 1/2 x 22 1/2, mixed media on paper, framed, $5000 Maud Gatewood, Alone Together , 28½" x 22½", mixed media on paper, framed, $5000


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Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.-William Morris


Harold Altman

Harold Altman

Harold Altman, American (1924-2003), Great Tree, 18" x 26", lithograph, $600

Several other choices are available

Gregory Litinsky

Harold Altman

Gregory Litinsky, American (1928-2009), Spring Awakening, 29" x 21", watercolor, $600

Other choices are available

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One's duty is to feel what is great, cherish the beautiful,
and to not accept the conventions of society
with the ignominy that it imposes upon us.
-Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary

Claude Howell

Claude Howell

Claude Howell, Two Boys on a Wharf, 1956 Wilmington NC, 12" x 8 1/2" ss,
graphite on paper, conservation framed $1200

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The beauty one can find in art is one of the pitifully few real and lasting products of human endeavor.
-J. Paul Getty

Mark Chaterly's Joe

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Mark Chatterly, ceramic sculpture of Joe, 2011, aprox. 7ft