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Thomas Kinkade

Thomas Kinkade
Thomas Kinkade's characteristic landscape scenes of village churches and cottages, early career work in animation, values for his original works of art, and his commercial success are topics discussed.
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George Sotter

George Sotter

Biography of Pennsylvania Impressionist artist known for his stained glass designs and landscape paintings depicting rivers, roads, and mills. View a signature from one of his paintings.

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Thomas Sully

Thomas Sully
English born portrait painter had associations with some of the most important figures of the 19th Century such as Benjamin West, John Trumbull, Gilbert Stuart, HRH Queen Victorian, and William Dunlap. Sully's highly valued portraits of statesmen, monarchs, and politicians secured his place in art history.
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Antoine Louis Barye

Antoine Louis Barye

Biography of French sculptor known for his small works in bronze depicting animal subjects. He also taught Impressionist sculptor Auguste Rodin. View a signature from one of his works.

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Walter Schofield

Walter Schofield
Walter Schofield had extensive art training and painted landscape compositions of the New Hope, PA area within the circle of the Pennsylvania Impressionists and the members of the Ashcan School of American Realism known as The Eight led by Robert Henri.
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Harold Altman

Harold Altman
Biography, history, values, works of art--both original paintings and collectible lithograph prints--of Pennsylvania artist and New York native, Harold Altman.
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Joseph Crilley

Joseph Crilley
Philadelphia native and World War II veteran, Joseph Crilley produced paintings and photographs in and around his home in Bucks County, Pennsylvania that are desirable with collectors and museum curators.
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Miriam Schapiro

Miriam Schapiro
Miriam Schapiro changed the face of American art. With Joyce Kozloff and Judy Chicago, Schapiro spearheaded the 1970s feminist art movement known as Pattern and Decoration art.
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Frank Alfred Bicknell

Frank Alfred Bicknell
Frank Bicknell's background and career work associated with the Old Lyme, Connecticut artist colony figure prominently in assessing the value of his paintings in today's art market. Bicknell painted colorful landscapes in the American Impressionist circle of Hassam, DuMond, and Metcalf.
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Gregg Smith

Gregg Smith
Dr. Lori discusses the art work of New York painter and printmaker, Gregg Smith in the context of digital, computer generated art and communication design.
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3 Estate Sale Liquidating Tips

Are you settling an estate? Need to sell all of Grandma's belongings for top dollar in order to pay bills or to get your inheritance? Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori reveals three estate sale tips you must know. Based on actual stories from people Dr. Lori has met over the years appraising their antiques after they've held their estate sale auction and were victims, losing money during an estate sale. If you want to make the most money selling Grandma's antiques, you have to avoid these traps set by unscrupulous estate sale folks and auctioneers.

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