Daniel Cumpata (1959 - ) work is very well executed and originals are being offered on the online market for very high amounts however his public auction record is slim. Not many show up in high end auction records as to what their market value currently stands at. The most recent record is that his work has a value in the range of 7000.00-10000.00 which is approapriate for the compositions, size and a contemporary artists work. Living artists are a bit difficult to gauge and this would be the issue with Cumpata. On stretchers without a gilt frame the value would be a bit less.
I hope this helps. His numbers at online art sites are really remarkable and I would be surprised if they are actually selling at those numbers.
Best wishes, Dori
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Interesting. I would suggest a good frame for the work, gilt is usually desirable for fine art, to get a good sale price.
However an oil need not have glazing such as museum glass etc. I would spend your money on a gold liner to enhance the look of quality. This is much more contemporary in feel than the works that I know of his so a more modern feel to the frame might work.
All my best, Dori
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