Zenu Lorenzo Zenucchini retains all Copyrights & Reproduction Rights of sold original artworks, custom commission paintings.
In each picture and portrait with frame, it has behind the COA with signature that authenticates Zenu.
COAs are mostly common in the art world. Generally speaking, a valid COA for an artwork will include specific details about the artwork like when and how it was produced, the names of people or companies involved in the artwork’s production, the work’s exact title, the dimensions of the art, and the names of reference books, magazines, or similar resources that contain either specific or related information about either that work of art or the artist. The COA should also state the qualifications and full contact information of the individual or entity that authored the certificate with his or her complete and current contact information. COAs have been a target of much controversy due to online auction sites where sellers are providing fake Certificates of Authenticity to market or sell their art works. The details below identify how to tell the difference and best practices for consumers to identify a real certificate from a fake.
Any COA is of no value at all unless it has the full contact details of the issuer. It is an offence under the Fraud Act 2006 (section 7) to create or use a COA in the sale of an autograph or similar item. A person is guilty of an offence if he makes, adapts, supplies or offers to supply any article— (a)knowing that it is designed or adapted for use in the course of or in connection with fraud, or (b)intending it to be used to commit, or assist in the commission of, fraud. In other words, if the seller is offering fakes with a COA, then he/she is committing more than one offence, and the offence of issuing a COA alone is a possible 12-month prison sentence.
Contact me privately, to know the price, by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Paypal and Postpay for shipments.
I have a studio in Milan where it can be visited and the paintings can be seen on the spot.