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General Store print -number 45 of 1500
I have this signed print by Jack Meyers 45 of 1500 of the General Store. Im hoping to find out what the value of this print is.
I have two sign prints of Jack Meyers. General Store and Airing the Quilt. I would like to get more information regarding the artist and the value of the prints.
J Meyers Art Titled General Store
This scene is of a General Store with a US Post Office name printed on a Coca Cola Sign, sign on front says Clabbers Girl-666 Cold Medicine, A Gasoline Pump lady feeding chickens an elderly gentleman sitting on the porch and a little boy and girl.
Here is some information on Jack Meyers that I received from his son, Jack Meyers, Jr. in the 1980's.
Jack R. Meyers
Jack Meyers was a native of New Orleans, La., born in 1930 and died in February, 1994. He earned his B.S. Degree from Southeastern Louisiana University. He subsequently worked as a medical industries sales representative for several years.
He became interested in art early in life, however, he received no formal art training. Although he had worked in most mediums, Meyers chose acrylics as his principal method of expression. For the most part, his ideas came from sketches and photographs made on location, public libraries, and university libraries.
"Art without any influence from yesterday's tradition or concern for tomorrow's needs must indeed reflect an unthinking culture. Life without tradition can only produce art without memory. Perhaps my work may appear out of date to some. It may appear to others that I dwell too much upon the past. I truly believe that living only in the past produces nostalgia, living only in the present produces irresponsibility, living only in the future is impossible, because the future is yet to be. The real art of living, I believe, is blending equally the past, present and concern for the future. Real art should reflect this principle. I trust that my paintings have given pleasure to many people, and this might well be the most important purpose of a painter’s existence."
Cotton to Market print by Jack Meyers
I have "Cotton to Market"
small print by Jack Meyers.
Numbered 384 of 925. What part of the south was this
painting of? I would like to see a bio of this artist. Thanks.
I would like to know as much as possible about this wonderful artist, I have a signed work of his painting, involving people woking in cotton feilds, I can be more specific if anyone needs more info about the painting enabling them to give me more information about Jack Meyers, thanks
I would like to know more about this artist. I have 3 small painting by him.