I feel this site is more about the creation of arts and crafts more than the selling and or purchasing of art. While your question example don't cover purchasing I think I can bundle up both cases here.
"Can I sell a painting I made of someone else's photograph?"
"How do I handle a dispute with the gallery on how my painting is hung?"
I think questions like this, while you could argue them useful, would be too localized to either the OP or that general geographical area. In the case of the former, it is too broad as it depends on several variables "Contact the photographer or vists website for details....". If you would include those details I would expect it to then be too localized.
When do I need a contract for a commissioned piece?
I'm trying to break into the self-published comics world, how do I determine a good print service?
Same with these and you could argue a couple of close reasons. Opinionated and potentially too localized would fit here as well.
While these could be good questions as far as questions go I think they would only have value for the OP and maybe a couple of others. The only way to broaden it would devalue the answer.
Unless we see some good examples from the community that don't fit close reason my hunch is no.
For something like: "Can I sell a painting I made of someone else's photograph?" I do think we could have a meta that talks about that one question and have a community wiki response. When users do ask the question we could close it and direct them to the meta which would have some general guidelines for copyright information (more so when to start looking for answer not actual legal advice) so as to not leave the OP dry.