quote:Originally posted by VinToronto:
Apparently he produced some 10,000 works in his 97 years. Given that theoretical supply, you'd think prices would still be somewhat sane. What's the entry price point nowadays?
Your piece - what era is it from? I'm guessing 1940's?
Vin, you are right. Like so many of the great artist of the Modern Era, printmaking was a serious art form. Many of the serious worldwide exhibits today include well executed prints.
There are quality Chagall prints available for a few thousand indeed, but as you know, there are many variables that one needs to understand.
All this said, Picasso produced 30,000 works, and buying/understanding this minefield can be VERY expensive.
Our Chagall is from 1960.