The value of a Charles E Brittan water colour will depend on a few different factors – the size, quality and age of the picture, as well as whether it is signed. These water colours range from a few hundred pounds to thousands of pounds.
Valuing a Charles E Brittan painting
Most of these water colours are now sold at auction, which means that the price isn’t set – it fluctuates depending on the demand. If someone is willing to pay top dollar for the piece, its value automatically increases.
If you have a Charles E Brittan water colour lying around that you want to have valued, you can take it to a local auctioneers and ask for their advice.
Keep in mind that they might end up charging you for the evaluation, but this might be worth it, especially if you intend on selling the piece.