Hi there, Wonder if you can help identifying these pictures.
I recently purchased these two 8"x 10" pictures locally here in Australia and needs some help identifying the artist-value-age.
The pictures seems to look old. Painted in oil on a card board, the paint seems to be cracking when inspected with a magnifying glass.
There is a signature that seems to be scraped through the wet paint.See Pictures.
Would appreciate any details if you can.
Nobody can identify a painting from a bad photo of a small section posted online.
If you have a print, which will be flat and smooth on the front, and flat on the back, it probably has very little value.
If you think you have a painting on canvas, rather than a print, take it to an appraiser to find out about its value.
Thank you Lisa, I am so sorry for the bad picture. I think I will re-post a better picture tomorrow.
It is a oil painting on card board. I will attach more pictures later.
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