A work of art has a soul or an aura. From this principle, gauging the value of a work of art is, after all, relative and subjective. Several criteria can influence the setting of the price, but these are too subjective to play a decisive role: The working time, the cost of the material, the technique used, the market in which you operate, the visual quality, your career as artist, the quality of the technique, the complexity of the subject
Here are some statistics which is not intended to influence you but to be simple indicators.
Works sold regularly, we have a wide variety of pricing at the Pictorem gallery. This scale ranges from $20 per impression up to several thousand (price per area).
Typically the majority of our artists use a price per dimension (between $2 and $5 per inch / or between $10 and $25 per square foot /) but lately the most common price setting remains a profit percentage on the cost of manufacturing (typically between 75% and 150% profit)