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How can I sell my paintings in the International market(top listed countries)?
I want to sell paintings[landscape, modern(oil, acrylic, watercolor)]in the international market. But i want to know,
1, Which all countries(in the top list) are the good market for this business?
2, How much will be the price difference(approximate) when the same is sold in India?
3, What are the expenses when dealing with a drop shipper to do this business?
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connoisseurs of John Hare, Robert Woods, Russell CM?
I have a picture watercolored called Green Valley, by John Hare, an oil painting by Robert Woods Lake Pine Grove name. An oil painting by Robert Woods, a copy of the days of the west w / a cowboy riding a bucking bronco. Is signed with a big C and M in the interior of C, and the name of Russell. It has a dead cow's head with horns and then the # 's 1899 on it. I would like some information about these paintings and to get an idea of its value. I was told that I have only one year. I know that some of Hare jonh paitings found in major museums. Please advise. Thank you, God bless.
You could try a Google search of John Hare, or if you know of a museum with their work, ask them. Robert Wood is the artist, some not, Woods. Try a good auction house somewhere in the southwest of it. As for printing, Charles Marion Russell, a very popular and well-known Western artists. Since only an impression, its value is likely to be fairly minimal unless your actually signed by the artist and is an issue very small. Any good auction house or gallery west of Western art must be able to give an estimate.
direct me to some sites -- original mid century or modern art paintings?
I am looking to add some mid century/modern/minimalist type artwork to my walls in the form of a painting or two. I would most likely enjoy oil on canvas or something like that I think, I dunno. I am not an artist or expert in it, just an admirer . My whole house is done up in 1950s/WW2/mid-mod style. Think:"Mad Men." Anyway, having trouble finding decent sites where I can 1. just view various artists' work and 2. order online 3. not thousands of dollars
You might try this site online: art.glencoe.com
I need help identifying two oil paintings.?
A signed "Mockingbird" is on canvas unframed 24x36 and is a woman in a blue dress kneeling and kissing a naked baby.There is a "strip around the outer edge that is not painted, but is stamped" H "HB black and red with a square stamp seal around the second round it.Also red with a J in the center and one with an S on the other painting is signed Gieger center.The Sievers and same dimensions however, borders.There stamps are some small oriental writings was pen.The scene is of a lady in white dress reading a book to a child sitting on a bench with flowers, trees, etc. Both paintings have pin holes, but canvas is gray frames.The in color.Anyone have an idea?
These sounds as products of a paint factory east, where teams of artists work on a production line. The signatures are invented so there is no information available on individual artists. Paintings of this type are purchased in large quantities by the sale of furniture and have very little resale value.
Realistically, sated color oil paintings by Russian artist life
I am a native Russian born in Latvia, a beautiful resort city on the Baltic Sea, I currently residing in the beautiful mountains of East Tennessee. Art is my passion. I took art lessons from various artists in Latvia, Russia and Eastern Europe. I have five years degree in History. I have taught basic art classes to children in primary school. I have also worked with various artists to organize and teach based on advanced art classes for adults. I feel art should show emotion, feeling, expression and technique. My paintings come from my soul. I feel my art reflects a mood of the moment captured in time, something that will never be back. All my paintings are created on canvas panels. I work mostly with oils, and sometimes acrylics. I work every day to improve my skills and create new paintings.
I sold many of my paintings in person and online at various online galleries. I received very good comments about the pictures that I have sold and continually receive wonderful comments and opinions about the pictures I have listed. I am always willing to listen what you like or not I like about my art.
Here are some comments from visitors:
I just passed through his work while browsing the Internet. I love his style and subject matter, its vibrant colors are amazing and I love the mix between realism and impressionism. My question is, Why not paint the same things in great, great, great!
Fantastic work almost want to give the big bear a hug-keep.
Treby John, Australia
I love your work! I think this is my favorite (cheriies). The viscosity marachino cherry-like appearance gives a rich .... and glass is exquisite. Thanks for sharing.
If I were rich, I hereby one (egg) is my favorite in that
Love your use of orange.
Maple Heights, OH
Absolutely wonderful .. when the DO will be ready .. my mouth waters!
Absolutely wonderful. What details. WOW Are you sure are very talented.
Shawnee Mission, KS
very realistic, I can smell the oranges, from where I sit.
I thank all of you for your kind words and continued support. I'll be looking forward to hearing from you. Natasha
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