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Parisian Promenade by. Lee Burr

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Art Deco1769 of 20661950 General Electric Gothic or Beehive clock with Wesminister Chimes "Chorus" ,  Model #426Telechron Cyclometer "Tribute" #8B09 1936
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Posted 3 years ago

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I have done ALOT research on this picture and i still have not found anything..From what i have read about Lee Burr, its very hard to come across his original Signed works, My painting is signed Lee Burr, and on the back the frame it has Item#1702 L84, Subject-Parisian Promenade,and Identy#1702 4. I believe its a original, but then again NOONE has seen or heard of this painting, I am almost to the point of believing i will never find out....Any help or comments would be great

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  1. Guzzot91 Guzzot91, 3 years ago
    Someone help me out here
  2. tikiray tikiray, 3 years ago
    See if his email address works leereynoldsburr@hotmail.com
  3. Guzzot91 Guzzot91, 3 years ago
    havent heard anything back
  4. Sharon Inks, 3 years ago
    I have that same painting and I would like to find out more about it and the artist. I got the painting about 15 years ago at a garage sale and I love it. I also have two other paintings on canvas by Lee Burr. They look like originals and are just on a canvas cloth. One looks like it is a capital building somewhere (DC?) and the other is the Eiffel Tower. I would love to know more about these paintings but can't find much info.
  5. Beverly Warsop, 3 years ago
    We have one too. I wish I knew what street that was.
  6. Dennis Hughes, 3 years ago
    I maybe wrong but I think this called the Chicago fire 1897
  7. eredlak, 3 years ago
    The painting was not actually done by Lee Burr. It is a reproduction of his work that he granted permission to. It is a mass produced piece and I am aware of one here in S. Georgia. Don't get any hopes or dreams of getting rich off this painting. If you like it enjoy it, just know that there are probably a couple thousand of them in existence.

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