Fine Art/Icart

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Are you the one I spoke with earlier?  Anyway, I bought an Icart that is suspect.  I really don't see the plate mark--maybe in one little area..maybe.  Also, the copyright stamp seems so new & bright.  It is framed so I can't take it apart.  Do you know offhand about the copyright stamp.  It also has a E. 120 on the lower left.  I have never seen that on any Icarts...

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Vicki--I might be.  Not sure.  I am not an expert on the copyright stamp, and the E.120 has no meaning to me.  Lots of info. online about Icart.  Check with a few who sell his work [I am under the weather at the moment so I can't check for you, but there used to be "The Icart Vendor" or something of that sort].  Good luck.  Alan

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Alan Klevit

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I can provide sound advice on buying, collecting & understanding fine art, especially original works by 20th century masters and leading contemporary artists. I can also explain techniques used to create original works and offer tips on how to tell whether or not a piece is an original work of art.

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I have been active in the art world for twenty-seven years. I owned and operated four galleries and a wholesale showroom on both coasts. We specialized in original works by 20th century masters and emerging artists. I have been an art consultant, artist's representative, lecturer, auctioneer, and curator. I had a radio show for two years, "Today's Art World with Alan Klevit" [Washington, D.C.]; hosted two television shows on the arts for six years [Los Angeles Area]; have written for numerous local papers and international art magazines; and currently write a syndicated column, "The Art Beat." I conduct art auctions for charities throughout the United States, and am a frequent speaker/auctioneer on upscale cruise ships, and at civic organizations and local television shows.







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ART NEWS, ART IN AMERICA, FORECAST MAGAZINE, MALIBU MAGAZINE, PANTARBE.COM, MALIBU CHRONICLE, POTOMAC ALMANAC, GAITHERSBURG GAZETTE, ART DECOR, REGARDIES MAGAZINE.

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Undergraduate and graduate degrees from Georgetown University and The American University

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