There was a message that I was sending to a different question it popped up on yours, I was letting you know to disregard that message, but, it has since been removed.
Hi andy my name is***** and I am an IRS qualified fine and decorative art appraiser. It will be a pleasure to put my training, experience and research library to work for you.
It would help if I can see images of the painting and prints. One of the whole work front and back plus one of the signature.
Here are instructions on how to send photos to this site. Go to:
http://ww2.justanswer.com/help/how-do-i-send-photo-or-file-expert- Or you can
email the photographs to***@******.*** attention Timothy in antiques.
I look forward to seeing your painting.
Andy that is a large project and we the appraisers get 1/2 of what you pay. To start the process I will look at 2 of the works to start.
There are sites with artists signatures and value information: http://www.artistssignatures.com/. The site is fee based. John Castagno has several books Artists' Monograms and Indiscernible Signatures. Some libraries have copies in their reference area.