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I came across a canvas print from artist Richard E Thompson called Woodland Glen. It is print 45/1000.
Do you know if there is any value to this print?

I know of a Richard Earl Thompson impressionist artist from the 20th century that did landscapes. Quite beautiful ones at that. Is this the artist you are referring to? I specialize in 19th century American artists, however, if you can forward me a image of the work, I can confirm if it is the artist I am referring to. I cannot tell you worth unless I can see the image first.

Regarding prints and their worth,this is based off the artist, the subject, how many copies were made and what number copy you have.

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Qeturah Rasyth


I can provide expertise around 19th Century American Fine Art and 19th Century African American Fine art. In particular, Hudson River School artists, Robert Scott Duncanson, Alexander Wyant, Maurice B Prendergast, Frank Russell Green, etc.


I consult, collect and sell rare, unique and hard to find 19th century African American and American master artwork. I have been a avid collector with my husband collectively for over 20 years now. I have a successful private practice where my clients specifically come to me to advise them on rare artwork that is beautiful, yet worthy investments. I feel I have become a subject expert on the artwork I focus on.

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My writing has been featured on Black Art in American Dec 2010. I have three blogs: Private Collectors of Decorative Arts, Hudson River School Collectors, African American Art Collectors.

I am a former graduate from Univerisity of Washington in Seattle, Washington. I studied sociology and psychology.

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