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    Posted 9 years ago

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    I've had this large picture for a couple years. I just love it. It's printed on a dense board and has texture to appear as a real painting. I don't know anything about the artist or a value but I've never seen another one just like it. Any information would be awesome.

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    1. trader1667, 7 years ago
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      BRITTINI --- Active in Los Angeles, California in the 1960s and early 1970s. Painted scenes of Spanish ships, modernist still life, boat scenes and colorful abstractions. The Brittini studio was owned by Britt Lomond, his father in law and also Loraine Miller. Worked in a semi abstract style and could be described as influenced by Bernard Buffett's line and geometric style. Many works were sold to the decorative market. Signed works, "Brittini".

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