Who owns the painting
"I also need to know who the person who owns the painting is -- sometimes a contractor wants to bring a painting they damaged while working in an apartment.
They may not wish to inform the owner. This could be a legal and ethical problem.
"I also want to know general information about the artworks and the materials employed. Do they know if it's oil paint or acrylic? I'd like to know who the
artist is/was (if identified) as well, if possible the year/date the work was made."
Unexpected Threats to Your Art Collection
We all are aware of the major risks to the artworks we cherish like theft or natural catastrophes. Other risks are not as widely known.
The news can be equally risky. Here are dangers to collectors as well as their art collections that we think you should be aware of.
Your art can be a part of your home. It's the backdrop you see every day. It most likely appears on your social media accounts. Consider how you share your spaces