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Everett Shinn - pastel on paper
Dear Mr. Shinn,
I appreciate your service to the art lovers like myself, particularly Everett Shinn. I have one of your grandfathers work in pastel, signed in all capitals and dated 1912 (11" X 14"). With your permission, I would like to send you a high resolution photo of the artwork. If you could please help me to identify this work as your grandfather's, I would greatly appreciate it.
Janet G. Smith
E. Shinn - oil on cardboard
Dear Michael Shinn,
I am an art historian reviewing a small oil on cardboard dated 1951 signed E. Shinn. Please advise the expert for Everett Shinn and the contact information.
Did your Grandfather lose his eyesight?
Did your Grandfather attend the ballet "La Source" in 1951?
Does the number "239" mean anything to you?
Everett Shinn watercolor
Hi, I purchased a watercolor, with the signature of Everett Shinn in the bottom. I would love any kind of help in trying to authenticate it. Please email me if you can offer any advice or help. Thanks
Michael D Shinn
I would like to ammend my previous bulletin to state that as of Sept 30,2002, I will direct any questions as to the authenticity of my Grandfather Everett's work elsewhere. I will continue to try and respond to general research/family history questions as time permits.
"Hansom Cab" 1905 Traded
Wilson's Auction House in Chester Heights, PA sold to a NY Art Gallery-- "Hansom Cab" 1905 by Everett Shinn for $203,000---the pre-auction estimate was only 40-60,000
Michael D Shinn
This site contains the largest collection of my Grandfathers work that I have found to date.I will try to answer any correspondence re: Everetts life and work.As an illustrator myself, I have a boundless interest in E.S. and his art.