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    Posted 1 year ago

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    Hi I would love to get any feedback that you have on this piece. I purchased this piece from a philanthropist estate collection name available upon request. If you have any information that you can share I would sincerely appreciate any help! Aly

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    1. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Evard Munch..Norweigain painter..1863-1944.

    2. ibidbuyship ibidbuyship, 1 year ago
      Hi Mr. Thomas thank you very much for your comment sir I have never heard that name but I will go look it up now. Do you recommend anywhere to go to get a value or find out more about it like if it has a name or theme. It was such an unusual piece that I feel in love with the minute I saw it but I have no experience in art pieces at all I just buy what I like. You are a rare gem or for sharing that info sir I appreciate you very much.

    3. Golgatha Golgatha, 1 year ago
      Don't think it's that Munch. Not his style. Not his skills. Some amateur. Sorry.
    4. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      As far as value you can scroll down to the bottom of your page and click on to appraisals and go from there if you like.
      I did not see your print while looking, however, there are several nude paintings by him shown. Evard is the only artist to come up under your paintings signature.

    5. ibidbuyship ibidbuyship, 1 year ago
      thank you all for your comments, I went and searched google for that name and I found a signature that sure does look like the same one, would someone mind checking it out and give me your thoughts at your convenience.

      The other thing I noticed is that the way he does the nose on his pieces, when I compared the shape of the noses and the eyes on examples available they sure do have a resemblance. You guys have much more experience than me and I am not trying to disagree by any means it is just strange how similar these three things are to this artist you mention and just wanted to get your feedback, y'all rock thank you so much!
    6. ibidbuyship ibidbuyship, 1 year ago
      @brunswick, I was trying to locate the appraisal link you mentioned but I do not see it at the bottom of my page do you mind telling me where to find the info you were looking at, thank you sir
    7. ibidbuyship ibidbuyship, 1 year ago
      hi @thegallery tyvm for your help I found it! Were you able to access the link I was asking about, I was just interested in your thoughts thanks again
    8. Golgatha Golgatha, 1 year ago
      Signatures are easy copied. So don't pay too much attention to them. It's much more difficult to copy an artist's style and technique. That's where the copycat reveals himself.
    9. ibidbuyship ibidbuyship, 1 year ago
      hi golgatha thank you very much sir for your advice I have no knowledge in pieces like this so I am very interested in learning more. I think that is why I feel confused about this piece because when you look at the facial features on his other pieces of work it looks just like his style, I mean the shapes of the eyes, the nose and the side profile views from what I could tell by comparing all of them to each other, do you see the resemblance or is just my inexperience? I really am trying to learn so I am very appreciative for your time and feedback sir, thanks again
    10. Golgatha Golgatha, 1 year ago
      Look carefully at all the Munch paintings you can find on the Internet. Then you'll notice that real Munch paintings a much more expressive, while your pastel has an emphasis on pure decoration.

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