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I came across a print at a thrift store that I bought... It is a man and a women walking into a house.. It says john Rae Copyright 1908 by Frederick A Stokes in the upper right corner. It is framed in a wooden frame with a Swain sticker on the back. I have been able to locate Swain and see it started framing in the late 1800's.. and is still framing today. Although it seems as if their framing now a days is very expensive and luxary. This is an older looking wood and is very normal looking. No gold painted on or staining done. I can't find this picture ANYWHERE on the internet. I see a little on John Rae and on Frederick A Stokes but I can't find this print. Anyone know anything regarding it??
Looking for any info about a John Rae print
I came across a print years ago on ebay by John Rae. A man in a tux is standing at the head of a table with a glass raised, and there are ghostly men all around the table who are joining him in the toast. There are red roses strewn down the table, and some large decanters of wine. I was outbid by a large sum, and have been looking ever since for this print - or any information about it. Many thanks for any help!