inquire/ painting or ephemera
i have a beautiful print that i have wondered about the value of for years. if anyone has a few moments to share their time & knowledge, it would be greatly appriciated!!the print is a copy of a painting, aprox. 8 and a half x 10 and a half. it is signed (i believe)something like pyes .c/19/. this is very important to me to know. anyone who may know anything… please respond. thank you.
PAINTED BY MARCUS STONE R.A. ENGRAVED BY E GILBERT HESTER FROM THE ORIGINAL PICTURE EACHIBITED AT ROYAL ACCEMY LONDEN MARCH 1 1888 AUTHER LUCAS THE PROPRIETOR 31 THE PROFESSER NEW BOND R.W. DOES ANY ONE HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON THIS? WAITING TO HEAR THANK YOU.
My son’s school is celebrating President’s Month and before the month has ended I would celebrate by showing some presidential engravings or photos in my collection.
An early George Washington, our first president, steel engraving by G. R. Hall with his signature and official items, including a nice thirteen star flag in the background, dated 1856.
I am interested in information about D. Kaiting, artist of a painting I purchased at an auction. It is an oil painting of a landscape, 2′ x 3′ in a gold frame. I’d like to know about the artist.
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