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    Posted 5 years ago

    dragoncouc…
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    We have a painting that was purchased at estate sale of " The Storm" by Pierre Auguste Cott it measures 24 x 36 without the frame. While trying to shed some light on of its authenticy or value The Metro Museum in NYC has a bigger one that has the same paint strokes as there's and the same markings as the original on the Left like ours it is signed like the originals well. Can you give me some value on this or information ?

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    1. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 5 years ago
      A lot of these use the oilette technique which reproduces paint marks on a canvas or wood or thicker paper, almost like cardboard. Seen an identical one about 6 days ago for sale by auction. That technique was perfected in the very first years of the 1900's and was also used on many postcards that used a painted scene.

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