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#285Devin
Replies: 0
  05/31/2005
While on a cruise recently I lost an auction on a painting by a Russian husband and wife team. They both worked on the painting writing little love notes to each other in the margins and throughout the piece. I was wondering if anyone could help me locate the names of these artists in the hopes that I might have another chance to obtain their work.

#284Yvonne Lecky
Replies: 8
  05/28/2005
What do you know about the artist, Jose Luis Campuzano who was born in Bilbao, Spain. I read that he had lived and worked in both Latin America and the United Staates

#283Faye Martin
Replies: 1
  05/26/2005
I have a signed, unnamed Roberto Lupetti painting signed on the back with thumb print and the numbers R-73-205. I would like to know something about the painting and where I can have it appraised.

#282Sr. Marj Westendorf
Replies: 3
  05/22/2005
I would like to get in touch with the artist Deborah Zeller (colored pencil, religious drawings). I have bought some of her beautiful pictures before at religious workshops. Our school would like to purchase her Resurrection picture for our Chapel. How do I contact her? Thanks!

#281Valerie Vandell
Replies: 3
  05/17/2005
I am going to describe what I am inquiring about: Metal sculpture that when the metal weight at the bottom is set into a swaying motion the top elements change position, i.e.: a whale's spout fountains with the backwards motion and the mouth opens with the forward motion... what is this called? (These scultures remind me of weather vanes & mobiles)

#280dobe
Replies: 0
  05/11/2005
in what way is a painting superior to a photograph?

#279Pauline Lionel
Replies: 4
  05/11/2005
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#278Larissa
Replies: 0
  04/28/2005
how does lin onus's fruit bats represent white and aboriginal cultures???

#277rob
Replies: 3
  04/24/2005
who is Severine in the painting of that name by Louis Welden Hawkins.?

#276mj nielson
Replies: 1
  04/17/2005
How do you tell the difference between an original oil painting and a print. We have a Max Hayslette that we purchased and it feels rough to the touch but it could be a print.

#275donna kierstead
Replies: 7
  04/09/2005
My son recently came across a print by andrew weyth, its titled spring sun dry brush , collection of mrs andrew wyeth 1958. any info would be great.

#274Karen Reese
Replies: 2
  04/08/2005
I have 2 currier and Ives prints, one is titled the American Homestead Spring and the other the American Homestead Spring. On the bottom of the painting it states that it was entered according to the act of Congress in 1869. I am interested in knowing the value of these items.

#273Bec
Replies: 0
  04/07/2005
How was Lin Onus's Fruit Bats made?

#272Bec
Replies: 0
  04/07/2005
How was Lin Onus's Fruit Bats made? I need a quick response cause i have to hand the assignment in soon......PLEASE HELP. Any help is appreshiated!

#271Miguel
Replies: 0
  04/04/2005
Where do artists in New York hang out? Can anyone name some specific places like bars, parks, cafes etc... where artists often gather or mingle?

#270Roy Lochrie
Replies: 0
  04/04/2005
I have a painting by Fredrick Morgan and its called Childhood Sweethearts, on the bottom right hand corner its got a mark of two little pears in a circle. Can anyone tell me what the mark is and how I can find out about it. cheers Roy

#269Kerri
Replies: 4
  03/29/2005
I am trying to find the title and artist's name of my favorite picture...I thought it was a Monet but I can't seem to locate it. It is in a garden/park...a woman is sitting and a man is laying down with his head in her lap. Please help.

#268Kathy
Replies: 3
  03/22/2005
Hi, I have a oil painting, signed m. rice, in 1923, the painting depicts a young girl. Any information regarding this artists or value would be greatly appreciated.

#267Joe
Replies: 2
  03/19/2005
I have a print with Roberto Lupetti's name on it. It is a picture of a bugle and a piece of sheet music. I bought it about 40 years ago. Does anyone know what it might be worth today? Thanks.

#266Patrick McMahon
Replies: 0
  03/18/2005
Does anybody know the best way to
polarize my north light 900W copy
lights? The application will be
capturing artwork with a better light
capturing system. If anyone knows
where to get some filters please let me
know. Thank You

#265Patrick McMahon
Replies: 0
  03/18/2005
Does anybody know the best way to
polarize my north light 900W copy
lights? The application will be
capturing artwork with a better light
capturing system. If anyone knows
where to get some filters please let me
know. Thank You

#264Patrick McMahon
Replies: 0
  03/18/2005
Does anybody know the best way to
polarize my north light 900W copy
lights? The application will be
capturing artwork with a better light
capturing system. If anyone knows
where to get some filters please let me
know. Thank You

#263Rox
Replies: 7
  03/04/2005
I am looking for a painting. There is a woman wearing
a long black dress (old time funeral dress with veil), standing over a grave
in the cemetary. There is a church in the background (upper left from woman)
with people standing close to the door.
It was last seen at The Gilcrease Museum in Oklahoma 10 years ago. I contacted the museum and there records didn't go back that far. At the time this painting was about $500. I would really
like to find this painting. Any help please.

#262GLServices
Replies: 2
  03/04/2005
Hi
I have a print of the painting "Blind Man's Buff" by Frederick Morgan. Were there not many of these prints made as I cannot locate any commercially on the internet.
I would appreciate any input on this.

Geof

#261chin
Replies: 3
  03/02/2005
As an Artist, We have a responsibility to discuss Christo work.
Christo's Gates=The Home Depot=?Art=Art Pollution by Chin Chih Yang

#260John Greenland
Replies: 1
  03/02/2005
Does anyone have an agent? How do you get one? ANY help would be appreciated!

#259Sue Jones
Replies: 0
  03/01/2005
I am looking for Andew Weyth print of dog on bed> Can you help?

#258ldm
Replies: 0
  02/28/2005
rhythmic balances? What is the difference between simple, composite, or complex?

#257ldm
Replies: 1
  02/28/2005
What is the objective and subjective purpose of the drapery in the Aphrodite figure?

#256L.D.M.
Replies: 1
  02/28/2005
What is the objective and subjective purpose of the drapery in the Aphrodite figure?

#255vana
Replies: 2
  02/21/2005
i have two paiting byl L.KEERY and SALLY,can you tell mi more

#254Holly
Replies: 0
  02/12/2005
I have a black and white(maybe carcoal) lithograph named the "calavary" it's a young Arabic man
sitting on the edge of a terrace with 2 young women(Arabic). Kneeling against him. It's old and looks like a very treasured piece of artwork. Could someone help me find the artist, or maybe a suggestion of where I could find this information. Thanks,
Holly,
Temple,Tx

#253Tonya
Replies: 0
  02/08/2005
Hello,
I have a painting by an german artist name A.Heinrich. I have spent the last three days trying to gather information about the subject. The title say's night scene. I see that it was originally sold at an auction because of the auction number on the back of the painting. I see that there are a few artist with the last name Heinrich can anyone assist. I have photo's that I can send. Thanks

#252M FORDYCE
Replies: 0
  02/07/2005
WANT TO CANCEL CD 9039 ACOUNT PAID BY DEBIT CARD £14.99HOW DO I DO IT ????????????? MAGGIE HELP PLEASE

#251ron
Replies: 0
  02/01/2005
I'm looking for abstract artworks by Ceasar Domela (Dutch artist, lived in Paris for a very long time).

#250Lori King
Replies: 0
  01/31/2005
I am looking for information on a E.W. Glover, who is an oil painter from around 1930, I own an art deco fireplace screen painted by him, and am curious about it's origins as it extremely unique

#249Frank Van Weezendonk
Replies: 4
  01/29/2005
I have two original paintings for sale:
- J.E. Roodenburg, at left signed HER'51, painting = Kockengen; painting depicts houses / 'gracht"
- J.E.Roodenburg, at left signed
Amsterdam 1955 HER, shows church tower, houses, "gracht"
- several original litho's from Roodenburg
If interested to buy., e-mail me back, and put in "Subject header": YOUR ROODENBURGS".

#248Alley
Replies: 3
  01/16/2005
I have two currier&ives prints. Both known as the darktown series. Ones is entitled"All broke up" and the other is entitled "A sure thing" I am interested in knowing the approximate value of them. I am not a dealer just a private person who aquired them. THey are dated 1880's and are medium size. Thank you...

#247Bob
Replies: 0
  12/27/2004
I have what appears to be a photo engraving of a little girl with a bowl and spoon by Bouguereau. It is signed in pencil and followed by the #44.Any info on this work would be appriciated
Thanks
Bob

#246Tonya
Replies: 2
  12/25/2004
I have an andrew wyeth signed print by him. The title is the olson's and it just says brandywine.I am trying to determine its value if anyone has any idea please send ne a response

#245jo weissman
Replies: 3
  12/13/2004
I have an oil painting by the American artist Frederick Kessel Does anyone have any info on how I can find its value?

#244jo weissman
Replies: 1
  12/13/2004
I have a David Porter lithograph and I'd like to get an idea of its value. It has some water stains around to edge. I live 45 min. from Manhattan, NY, does anyone know where I can take it for an idea of its worth? I'd like to sell it or donate it.

#243Terry Noack
Replies: 9
  11/19/2004
Am looking to find anything on an artist named Sebnars Alquist. Am in possession of a seascape painting by above named artist.The painting is enclosed in a frame made by Viggers and Hewett of Brokklyn, NY, circa 1920's possible. Thank you for any information.

#242Minda
Replies: 6
  11/19/2004
I have a painting that is signed Che
The only name I seem to be able to find that would match is Chuang Che. Did he sign his paintings like this? I can send a photo if needed. Thanks

#241Lucy Neville
Replies: 4
  11/18/2004
Hello,im a history of art student doing an essay on Giovanni Bellini,(VENITION RENAISSANCE ARTIST)and wondered if anybody out there knew who said "his study of light is such that one can depict season and even the hour of day"
i have to reference everything for this essay and i don't remember where i got the quote from or who said it!
please help if you can!

#240Chin Yang
Replies: 0
  11/15/2004
November 15th 2004 is the last date on which 123Soho.com accepts submissions to ”The Best of 123Soho, 2005” art show. Starting with Monday January 3rd, 2005, we will display on the home page 5 artists per month every alternate month until we have shown the work of all 30 winners. The selections will be made from the submissions that we received. The winning artists will also be announced via press releases.

#239de giovanni luigi
Replies: 0
  11/13/2004
Avrei piacere che voi interveniate alla
mia mostra.
Cordialmente saluto Luigi De Giovanni


IL PRESENTE VALE COME INVITO

PERSONALE di
LUIGI DE GIOVANNI

PRESSO
RAGGIO VERDE-ASSOCIAZIONE
ARTISTICO SOCIO CULTURALE via
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Tel. 339 4038939 - 339 5607242
E-mail: raggio_verdeonlus@libero.it
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2004 alle ore 18.30
la Mostra rimarrà aperta fino al 4
Gennaio 2005
Orario di Galleria dalle 17.30 alle
21.00



J’accuse
di Ambra
Biscuso

“Io sono convinto che il nostro fratello
che vive nel sottosuolo lo si debba
tenere alla cavezza.
Si, perché per quanto egli sia capace
di restarsene lì zitto nel sottosuolo
foss’anche per quarant’anni, il giorno
che vien fuori non ce la fa proprio a
trattenersi, si mette a parlare, parlare,
parlare… alla fine, signori miei: è
meglio non far niente! È meglio la
consapevole inerzia! E dunque evviva
il sottosuolo!” (F.Dostoevskij)

Dal caos nasce la vita che si consuma
nella lotta. “J’accuse” urlano nella loro
fissità motoria i jeans di De Giovanni,
divenuti vuoti involucri senza corpo
dove la storia è scritta a lettere
maiuscole, dove la parola si perde nel
silenzio. Eravamo abituati e leggere
nelle opere di De Giovanni il grido
della rivoluzione e l’avvertimento che
tutto poteva finire nella
controrivoluzione. Eravamo abituati a
leggere: LIBERTA’, CAOS,
VITA…LIBERTA’, VITA, CAOS…, jeans
usati come tela su cui tesseva con il
colore il suo dissenso verso una
società che stritola la libertà dell’uomo
a favore dell’interesse individuale, del
capitalismo. Era il suo parlare. Parole
come colori o colori come parole
invadevano l’azzurro del cielo
stracciando di rosso il giorno, le vele
gonfiate dal vento dell’ideale
solcavano i mari della speranza.
Parole segnavano l’orizzonte ed il
nero marcava la circolarità della vita e
definiva il pensiero. Parole, tante,
numerose come compagni nei cortei.
Oggi il parlare di Luigi De Giovanni è
cambiato, il rosso, il blu, il giallo
brillante di un tempo si spengono
cedendo il posto alla notte, nessun
orizzonte trattiene la parola libertà. Le
parole sembrano reperti archeologici
del passato, menhir di MORTE
svettano tagliando in due la tela e
l’orizzonte è L’Urlo Nel Buio. Il grido
rivoluzionario indietreggia e le parole
lasciano il posto ai numeri: 50 7x7 49
… due per due quattro. Mi riporta alla
mente Dostoevskij quando in:
“Memorie del sottosuolo” dice “…forse
tutto lo scopo al quale tende l’umanità
consiste soltanto e per l’appunto in
questa perpetuità del processo del suo
raggiungimento, o in altre parole: nella
vita stessa, e dunque non nello scopo
considerato di per sé, - il quale scopo,
si capisce, non dovrà essere altro se
non appunto quel due per due quattro,
ovverosia una formula; in effetti quel
due per due quattro non è già più vita,
signori miei, bensì il principio della
morte”
Ed il 7x7 49 non è più vita ma il
principio della morte?
Dopo il 2 per due non rimane nulla, se
non la consapevolezza che ogni
azione si termina in un urlo nel buio,
mentre il pensiero affoga nell’infinito e
benché l’artista tenti di sprofondare nel
letto molle dell’inerzia, cercando di
sfuggire all’infinito, non riesce a
sfuggire al suo pensiero perché ne è
prigioniero e carceriere per scelta e
per bisogno. Ed anche i numeri
svaniscono e rimane l’uomo
abbracciato al ricordo: un gruppo di
nostalgici segna il passo dietro un
corteo trattenendo tra le mani una
vecchia bandiera lacera e stinta con
sopra scritta la parola libertà e benché
De Giovanni appenda la sua
rivoluzione ad una gruccia la dipinge
di rosso e il jeans dipinto sul jeans
diventa memoria. Aderenze
contestuali. Ma anche il due per due
quattro svanisce. Rimane l’uomo,
l’uomo che vola nel suo pensiero oltre
il limite imposto dalla forma, oltre il
limite di quella linea bianca
tratteggiata che compare su una tela,
quasi strisce pedonali nella memoria,
dove la parola libertà non è scritta ma
si legge e l’eco della rivoluzione
svanisce lasciando l’immagine piatta
di un jeans sul jeans.
“J’accuse!”.

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Cell. 3283516620

Cordiali saluti Rosa F. Murgia

#236Francesca Gormley
Replies: 0
  11/11/2004
I have been told that not all work which fall
in the period of modernism is modern. Does
anyone understand this and have an example
to show it?

#235jenny
Replies: 7
  11/09/2004
i have a lithogragh of a chinese emperor and a young male, it has a spain seal and has arte chino lamina VIII palscio real de aranjuez - espana it also has the year 1974. any one with info please contact me.

#234d'andre dillard
Replies: 1
  11/04/2004
i have an ink on paper scroll(128.5cmx67cm)said to be of Tung Pang-ta(1699-1769)of the Ch'ing dynasty and i need any info on it. I also have another one but there were no papers with it and i don't know if they are authentic or not but would like to find out. thanks

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