Fine Art/Louis Icart


Hello. My friend came across a huge stack of Louis Icart prints in her grandfathers basement(he passed away). They all have his signature on the lower right(looks like its printed the exact same way on every one) and they also have raised stamps on the lower left corners. Are the raised stamps indicators of original prints? How can one be sure?

Hello:  if you are talking about marks in the plate, it is an indicator, another one could be the signature and number of edition. An original graphic should bear a signature and some numerals, ex 10/500, means: #10 of edition of 500. Size, stamped yes or no, etc are indicators, if you could send me all information I'd help you a little more.

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Hector H. Pinera


I have been researching, dealing, and appraising 19th and 20th Century European Art (1880-1950) for the last 16 years. You could ask me any doubt you have about the most important Impressionist-Expressionist French-Spain painters. Including graphics/prints. I can answer questions in Spanish, too.


Nine years working with Galleries. Three years in Exhibitions Show, Curator. 10 years working with private collectors and art dealers.

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PhD art. Some specialized courses in Impressionism and Mexican Art.

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Sr Eduardo Alonzo. Private Collector. Madrid Spain. Mr Barrios. Art Dealer. Florida-USA. Sr Carlos Ayala. Private Collector. Mexico. Daniel d'Queiros private collector, Sr Jorge Lopez. Private Collector. Mexico.

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