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    Posted 11 years ago

    swilliams
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    found in LA thrift store - 2 vintage ballerina pictures hand painted - a small bit of water damage- hand written on back in pen..."Pas De Avatre " and on the other "Cappelia". I would like to know who painted them and their worth.

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    1. solver solver, 9 years ago
      The first one is "after" the oil painting "The Pas de Quatre" ("The Celebrated") by Carlotta Edwards, size is 24 x 29 inches.
      http://www.arcadja.com/auctions/en/private/edwards_carlotta/artworks/402904/0/

      Carlotta Edwards' painting is "after" a work by Alfred Edward Chalon RA, titled "Pas de Quatre"owned by the Victoria & Albert Museum.
      http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O105944/the-celebrated-pas-de-quatre-print-chalon-alfred-edward/
    2. solver solver, 9 years ago
      The second picture is probably after the ballet "Coppélia."
      http://www.nycballet.com/ballets/c/coppelia.aspx

      Edwards didn't do a painting after "Coppelia."

      Enjoy them!

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