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Hi and welcome to Just Answer!According to the director of concert house, if the exhibit cast such that ALL PROCEEDS FROM SALES go to the concert house, I will get the exact amount of the total sales as a IRS tax right off.That would be correct if you will be the one who will sell these paintings - and include proceeds into your income and after that - you will contribute the money to the concert house which assumable is a qualified charitable organization - you will be able to deduct that amount on your tax return - schedule A line 16 - www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f1040sa.pdf See for reference IRS publication 526 - http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p526.pdf If you contribute paintings that you created - works of art created by the donor are ordinary income properties. The amount you can deduct for a contribution of ordinary income property is its fair market value minus the amount that would be ordinary income or short-term capital gain if you sold the property for its fair market value. Generally, this rule limits the deduction to your basis in the property.Let me know if you need any help or clarification.
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