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I have a original Eduard Von Grutzner Oil Painting. It is about 15"x18". It is of a Gentleman in a Wine cellar. It is signed, but I can not find a date.
I am getting it restored at this time and am wondering, if I was to sell it, what and where would the best place to do it.

The best place to sell a Grutzner is in München (DE),  Auction House: Hampel. You also could contact to Christie's in London. If you are planning to sell it try to get a signed paper from who restored and some provenance (old owners). Pieces in auction house are not always sold, if you wanted to sell it faster I recommend you Ebay, the price is cheaper than auction houses but everything is sold there.

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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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