Unfortunately, In recent years, many fakes have been made in the art market. From De Chirico to Schifano, not to mention even Marino’s false etchings, created by photoengraving.

However, precisely because of the inflation of the graphics and the widespread presence of fakes, the pieces clearly recognizable as authentic have and will always have a value.

So how to proceed, recognize an authentic serigraphy printing work?

Simply, understanding some key points:

  1. The serigraphy must be numbered and short edition (less reproduction equals more value)
  2. In addition to being stamped and signed by the artist, it must be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
  3. It must be published in Art Catalogs. […]
  4. The artist is of a certain status, yet, he is not famous for making serial works…