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Fine Art/Painting I believe is 20th century american (would like to know more)


ngised wrote at 2011-10-03 16:11:16
Just to clarify, because it is a "print" does not mean the value is diminished.  Lithographs or other prints have been completed by major artists (and not so major artists).  

An artist who used a Kulicke frame (most major artists used his frame company) may have done so two ways:

1.  Framed by Kulicke framing (and as such, sought after)

2.  Purchased an off the shelf do it yourself frame

The print (I only see one picture) could very well be a well known artist, but I do not instantly recognize the work.

icefjord wrote at 2012-12-27 19:41:16
Earl Miller of NY and Seattle Washington influenced by Jacob Lawrence

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Joseph B. Laskowski


I have been researching,buying, collecting, dealing, and appraising 19th and 20th Century American Art (1850-1950) for the past 15 years. Ask me anything about this topic. I am a member of the Pennsylvania Antiques Appraisers Association.


Experienced in American Art from the period 1850-1950. This Includes Impressionism, Regionalism, Early American Modernism, Hudson River School, WPA. I have 15 years researching, collecting, dealing, and appraising in this field. Ran a Fine Art gallery for 3 years in Phoenixville, Pa. that focused on American and European art from the 1800's to contemporary works. Rare books focused on fine art monographs and catalogue raisonne.

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