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Certainly. We require a short list of two or three names of presumed artists, as we will be conducting the analysis for each artist. We are happy to offer you a tailored commercial proposal for your package analysis.

No. The Art Recognition AI System can handle any artist, provided there are enough digital images of authentic artworks by that artist to train on.

Our AI generates accurate results, even when artists undergo substantial stylistic shifts throughout their careers – a case in point being Cézanne. To effectively capture these distinct styles, we construct models on images of the artist’s specific artistic period.

Indeed, the Art Recognition AI System can deal with this situation. The unique brushstroke of an artist spans across all styles, also on periods that contain less works. Therefore, if your artwork is an authentic piece by the assumed artist, the brushstroke will be recognized.

Art Recognition possesses an extensive proprietary in-house database. Additionally, we have established collaborations with leading image providers like Scalarchives and Bridgeman Images, granting us access to a vast repository of millions of high-resolution artwork images.

On average, a dataset containing approximately 200 images is typically sufficient to generate precise outcomes. For artists with more intricate styles, a higher number may be required to effectively capture the nuances in their approach. Conversely, for artists who maintained a relatively consistent style, around 100 images by an artist are typically sufficient to train the AI. Additionally, we enhance the dataset as part of our standard preprocessing by segmenting images into smaller patches and zooming in to capture finer details.

We use images from various trusted sources, i.e. images documented in Catalogue Raisonnés, and embed the opinion of art experts whenever possible, in order to assemble training datasets of high quality.

Our approach is based on AI technology that learns the patterns and characteristics of an artist’s work and compares these with the artwork in question to authenticate it. Therefore, we do not carry out any materia analysis on the artwork.

Provenance research is not incorporated into the AI analysis. The analysis conducted by AI does not include tracing the origin or history of the items being analyzed.

The fees vary according to the technical complexities of the artwork and the artist. Certain artists or paintings might require more extensive efforts in collecting and curating training images, as well as in analyzing the outcomes. Furthermore, the costs can be impacted by your individual requirements; for example, if you request an analysis using a model trained solely on a specific phase of the artist’s creative output, the fees could potentially increase.

Definitely! Write us at office@art-recognition.com in order to receive a package tailored to your specific request.

Normally we deliver the Art Recognition Certificate or Report within 7 to 10 working days. If we need longer, we inform you right away.

Absolutely. Please make sure that the photo is frontal and with no shadows or reflections coming from lamps or other objects.

Art Recognition does not provide valuation services for artworks. We recommend reaching out to a professional art appraiser for assistance in determining the value of your art piece.

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