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Paintings1837 of 2213James Philip Feriola (1928-1997) Watercolor on Paper "Fishing Cove" 30"x 24" Framed/Circa 1950-60My favourite flowers.
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    Posted 6 years ago

    JoeyC
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    Can you read/identify this artist? Something like B N Manblwebckiu... 3/6/1925 JHS or SHS??? Skillfully painted oil on canvas. Sure would like to know more about the artist! Help?!! Thanks!

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    1. JoeyC, 6 years ago
      Error/typo: dated 1924 not 1925
    2. OlofZ OlofZ, 6 years ago
      Cyrillic alphabet, so would be V.I. MAPYSTJEVEKY or something. Any russian-speaking here?
    3. OlofZ OlofZ, 6 years ago
      Had a closer look at the letters. Hard to tell if it's russian Belarus, Ukrainian or former Yugoslavia but there is a russian last name, Malysevich, spelled ?????????. The signature is basically the same name, ???????????, i.e. similar pronounciation but spelled differently, hard to tell from which country though.
      V. I. Malyshevich would be the closest translation.
    4. OlofZ OlofZ, 6 years ago
      Sorry, it seems CW doesn't like Cyrillic letters.
    5. JoeyC, 6 years ago
      THANKS OlofZ for your response and translation! Wow that's a revelation to me, here I didn't even realize they were Cyrillic letters. Shows you what I know! Wonder what the meaning of the JHJ or SHS is (below signature on right of the date). I tried some searches of artists with the translated name; so far no match. Might not be a well known artist but the painting is great. THANKS AGAIN!

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