"Medamothi" by Rodger Hebbelinck
I have a copy of an Original Graphic Etching 51/150 with Certificate. Signed by Rodger Hebbelinck, "Medamothi." What is it's value?
I would like to know the title and value of my limited edition R. Hebbelink
I obtained a framed limited edition etching by R. Hebbelink but don't know the title or worth. It is numbered 310/350 and appears to be an earlier landscape work. It is not on the water and portrays a closer view than most I've seen. I would be glad to send a picture and would appreciate any input.
I have an etching my mother in-law gave me. I have had it for many years but just now read the back of it I says Style no.0-368 Original Etching Artist Hebbelinck.Just wondering if he was famous
maybe the art you question
under Henry Krasser on Etsy...might be your art in question
Roger Hebbelinck Plonlein
I saw a print of Roger Hebbelinck's etching "Plonlein" with a companion piece of Rothenburg while working in the early 1990's. I've been searching for it ever since...with no luck even finding a mention of it. I'm beginning to question my memory...does anyone have any information about this print (or at least has anyone else ever seen it?).
Thanks in advance for any responses!
prices of etching editions of R Hebbelinck
The auction prices of the etchings of Roger Hebbelinck are unfortunately lower than one might expect. Depending on the number and the size of the edition, they generally range from $50USD to up to $300USD.
Landscapes tend to be valued less than human figures, but I expect all Hebbelinck's work to increase in value in the near future and consider all pristine aquatint editions and one-of-a-kinds to be excellent investments.
I have an original etching 128/350 called the market place, can anyone estimate its value?