Hi. Without seeing a photo, I can't say for sure whether it's a print or not. Judging by the fact that it turns up in a search, it's most likely a print. The value of the print would be based on a number of factors---- age, the company who published, etc.
Do you know any of those details?
Well, the Peter Tillou Collection was just that...a private art collectors collection. His collection was auctioned off in the 1980s and he had the original painting.
It could be a old print or poster under glass. If it's going that cheap as an opening bid, it's most likely a mass produced print that could maybe be sold for about $25 to $50 framed. Even a vintage or antique lithographic print would be worth about $150 to $200. Give the size and low price, I would say it's a more modern poster reproduction of it.
You're welcome. If you ever run into art like that again.. keep a magnifying glass with you. Sometimes you can narrow down the age of print by looking at it up close. Mass produced pieces tend to look pixelated. Old prints were often hand pulled, so the ink is applied more in a solid color.
Another tip is if it starts really cheap, it may not be an expensive piece.
Hopefully you find something else. =) Have a good night
You're a welcome.