Evaluation And Assessment

Evaluation And Assessment

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What is Evaluation and Assessments?

Nowadays, evaluation and assessment of special products is considered as a major field in economy. The financial evaluation of artworks to be sold or bought is one of the major challenges faced by artists, collectors, owners and even art critics. Consequentially, CAMA provides the opportunity to evaluate and assess the worth of an artwork, assuring its artists and clients transparency and quality.

CAMA evaluates and assesses artworks through its collaboration with leading and internationally recognised experts in the fields of the arts ad economy. Issuing registration numbers, users will be able to get information on the process of evaluation of their artworks.


How to Evaluate and Assess Artworks?

The task of evaluating a work of art, such as a painting or a sculpture, requires a combination of objective information and subjective opinion, which requires a certain amount of knowledge. To evaluate a work of art, there are several points to be determined, such as Knowing the date of creation the work, recognizing the style and the category of the work, perceiving which movement or school the work of art belongs to, knowing where and under what circumstances the work is created, and understanding the material used in the work and much more. Once there are answers to the aforementioned points, the experts can make their evaluation and assessment.

There are some examples to show how would the questions help in evaluation of an artwork:

  • When was the painting created?
    • Knowing the date of creating the work helps the experts to approve how it was made, and the degree of difficulty involved.
  • What is the style and the category?
    • Artworks come in different types or categories and styles.
  • What School or Movement is the work of art associated with?
    • A "School" can be a national group of artists, or a local group, or a general aesthetic movement, a local or an artist group, or even a general tendency. Alternatively, the School may concern itself with a particular genre or a method. Knowing which of many art movements the work belongs to can give the expert a greater understanding of its composition and meaning.
  • Where Was the art created?
    • Knowing where and under what circumstances a painting is created can often improve the expert's evaluation, assessment and understanding of the work concerned.
  • What materials were used in the creation of the work?
    • The answers to these questions can furnish interesting information about the intentions of the artist.