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Keith wrote at 2007-02-26 20:31:45
Dear Sherry,

My father has a large painting sign in red by J. Bianchi at the bottom right corner.  The H R Tyrer Galleries web-site has examples of paintings by J. Bianchi.  One shown is entitled "Mediterranean Shores" and is the same as the painting that my father has.  It is a beautiful painting.  I feel it is the best of them all, but I have not seen the two that you have.  The address for HR Tyrer Galleries is:

170 Glen St., Glens Falls, NY 12801

rosemary bruno wrote at 2007-04-22 13:36:03
I too have a oil painting signed j.bianchi in red. It is a beautiful hunting scene. I was always curious about the artist. Thanks for the information.  

mj wrote at 2008-10-21 19:54:56
I recently had an offer of $250.00 of a J.Bianchi painting in San Antonio, Tx. The name of the painting posted on the back was "Ever Dearing Love" by J. Bianchi. We had phone calls offering more cash.

dee wrote at 2009-04-07 23:52:32
I too have a j bianchi painting,it's signed in red at the bottom right hand corner it's a scene in italy; and in the back signed in days end.I read a recent letter that there was no proof that he traveled to italy.I find it interesting that these paintings are surfacing.I think there should be more research done on him. I also have a painting from robert henri.

G.Fletch wrote at 2009-10-01 23:35:21
I also have a painting in my home signed in red by J.Bianchi on the bottom left corner. I would love to know more about this artist and have my painting appraised and be able to know not just its artistic worth but also its dollar worth.

Langston wrote at 2009-10-08 20:42:06
I also have an oil painting by J. Bianchi ("The Alps")!  His signature is in red and on the right corner as well.  The painting has an appraised value of $7,000!

Juliet wrote at 2010-07-15 15:45:34
Sherry, I too, have a painting by J. Bianchi.  You can get a painting from anywhere and it still might be of great value.  Some times people find things in trash can and thrift shop that is extremely valuable.  Sometimes even master pieces.  Some experts no your painting is worth more but want to down grade the value so you can sell it to them cheap and they in turn sell it for a fortune.  I sent a picture of my painting to the museum and was told that J. Bianci was from the 1700's.

I am keeping my painting until I find out the true value.

michal landor wrote at 2010-09-12 00:40:09
Hi every one i deal with estates sales. i have a large painting of J. Bianchi his name is John Bianchi it went to auction was estimated $2000 to $4000 but was not sold. i think you just have to try an auction house.

hope i could help with this info.

sagasha wrote at 2011-08-03 22:49:27
What a jerk. There are hundreds of thrift store finds everyday. I found a 1967 Erte at the local thrift store that I sold for $1500. Thrift stores aren't just junk. The two near me take entire estates that went unclaimed due to a lack of next of kin or just ignorant relatives who had neither the time nor inclination to thoroughly go through their deceased relatives belongings. I have a J. Bianchi watercolor that was done in 19th century Italy that is also signed in red. It's entitled "The Long Letter." It has been appraised from $800-1200.

Kutsu wrote at 2012-01-17 20:20:49
I have two beautiful paintings of J. Bianchi, I bought them in Estate Sale in early 70's for over $400.00 each. I don't know their real value, but I like to know how can I find out.  

Jol wrote at 2013-02-22 06:28:16
I was given a canvas oil painting by J. Bianchi signed in red and on the back it titled "The Housatonic River" Conn. Mass  J Bianchi Original. How can I find out what it's worth and where do I sell it.

Jol wrote at 2013-02-22 06:28:42
I was given a canvas oil painting by J. Bianchi signed in red and on the back it titled "The Housatonic River" Conn. Mass  J Bianchi Original. How can I find out what it's worth and where do I sell it.

Steve Magistro wrote at 2015-05-18 12:25:57
I also have a large oil by J Bianchi . Signature in red bottom right.

It has been in the Magistro family for over 25 years.

It's a picture of a river with a thatch house.  

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Daniel A. Hynes


Collecting, buying, selling, identifying, and caring for paintings, drawings,and watercolors (19th and early 20th century American and European). No prints, contemporary art, or works executed after 1940.


35 years as a fine art dealer, including 3 years as a gallery director. Also was art expert for Leslie Hindman's Auctioneers, and for Dunning's Auction.

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