How do I find an artist of painting

Grease painting
Roma, Italy 1974
Asked Feb 13, 2010
Do you know the name of the painting?
Try searching the name of the painting on Google or check a reliable source like books or a website.
Answered Feb 14, 2010
One option is to take it to a local museum. They generally have someone that works there whose job it is to analyze paintings. It probably wouldn't cost you anything either.
Answered Feb 15, 2010
If you know where it was painted (town or county), send a picture of it to that local art society/arts center/arts council. They may recognize the artist.
Answered Aug 24, 2010
Edited Aug 24, 2010
There are many paint experts are available you need to find them according to your location. Search engine will be helpful for you.
Answered Feb 18, 2014
You can contact to any art expert, he/she can help to find the painting either go to any online art gallery, there may be you can find out the painting or artist.
Answered May 29, 2015
You can search your painting name in Google or any other search engine, it may help you. Secondly you can contact to some art galleries such as Indian Art Ideas, there you can find some useful information.
Answered Jul 15, 2015
You can contact to any art expert, they will help you to find your an artist of painting, and also you can search on Google or Google art galleries online you get more useful information. some more information you can visit this :
Answered Apr 18, 2016
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Answered Jan 13, 2017

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