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I have an old oil painting, How can I find out how old it is ?

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The only way you can find out the age of your painting is to take it to an art dealer and have it examined by them.

take it to a local university with an art department. they are happy to get a chance to use some of their hard earned knowledge to provide people with an answer!

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