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I really doubt it's 1800s. There's very little age to the paint, canvas, or stretcher. Most likely 1971. If it were 100+ years old, it would look more like this: Asian decorative stuff was really popular in the mid century and on. A lot of it was decoration-only quality, which, I'm sorry I say, I think this painting is. You can find lots of similar stuff here: https://www.etsy.com/search?q=asian+boat+painting&order=most_relevant&view_type=gallery Of course I could be...
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Incorrect.
Probably one of the coolest finds ever: Original, hand drawn panels (complete with corrections and approval checks) of a 1974 comic from Mandrake the Magician--from the same creator and illustrator as The Phantom. Definitely n/a.
You gotta be careful with lucite--the lucite buyer wants something in perfect condition. Little scratches can be buffed out, but cracks and stuff are no good. It was a cool piece, though. Wouid have bought for myself if the condition was just a little better.
I love this thread so much.Had this in my hand the other day. Interesting piece, quick Google search didn't come up with any results, plus it had some irreparable damage inside where the pieces are joined (look for the little cracks), so I opted to leave it. Did your search turn up any results?
Really appreciate the feedback, but I should have mentioned I meant an M6 for film photography. The d200 is more than enough to take ebay photos with.It's an Ikon/icon painting. If it were a few hundred years old and hand painted, you'd have a shit ton of money. this one is most likely an appliqué made for a tourist type market.
Also found this today. Just got done testing it and it seems to work well enough. Funny timing: last night I was thinking about trading in my trust Canon 5dmkii for my dream Leica, since I really only ever use the Canon for eBay photos since I find it a bit annoying to lug around the large and heavy Canon. Pretty sure finding this today is a sign... so my trusty Canon an 24-105L is up for sale.
No way I was leaving this poster Also a mid-century painting by Raoul Viard
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