QUESTION: HELLO MR HYNES THANKS FOR TAKING THE TIME TO CLEAR UP MY
MISUNDERSTANDING. I GUESS I MISSED YOUR EXPERTISE BY TWO
YEARS, (1942). I BELIEVE THERE IS A POSSIBILITY THAT WHAT
I HAVE IS AN "INK & AQURELL". IT IS SIGNED FEININGER. I'LL
SEEK ASSISTANCE ELSEWHERE.I DONT NEED A RESPONSE. JIM
ANSWER: Dear Jim, I don't understand the meaning of "I missed your expertise by two years, (1942). Also what is an "aqurell?"
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QUESTION: Dear Dan, You stated that your range of expertise did not
go beyond 1940. These are not your exact words, but as l understand it you do not critique artwork beyond 1940. Am l correct? Aquarell is a term used commonly in Europe. What
l may have is a pen and ink dwg. with watercolor ???
It is typical of Feininger's, Boats in Harbors work.
Dear Jim, After 37 years in the art business I am familiar with aquarell, but was not sure what you ment by "INK & AQURELL", as there is also an aquatint.
My extensive art reference library covers the 17th through 19th centuries, I would need another $175,000 to add Modern and Contemporary art reference, therefore my cutoff is 1940.
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