John Falter east meets west
I have a signed print of Falters east meets west glass framed....was wondering value of item.
FFA boy painting
Trying to find a painting by John Falter that depicts a boy in an FFA jacket at the local mercantile exchange
I have the original John Falter painting "St Joseph Missouri, Wednesday, Au
I would like to find out the value for 2 John Falter original paintings that I own. I also have the original "A Snowy Afternoon".
Falter oil painting
I have a 16x20 winter scene with a wooded area and a couple of cabins in the background. It is signed j FALTER in the bottom left hand corner.
This is from my Mother's estate and came across it while setting up her Estate sale.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I just bought a oil painting for my sons room and was looking for info on it. I noticed you allready have an inquiry about the same painting. Its a little dressed up as a cowboy hiding behind a couch shooting his gun at a masked cowboy on the TV while a dog sleeps on the couch. I would love any info on it. Its in great shape but I wouldn't know if it was original or not. thanks!
I have a simple pencil drawing of an old man with a cigar that has hidden nudes throughout. I also saw a similar drawing that was attributed to Falter. Mine is not in the best of shape. Does anyone know if Falter ever did sketches such as I described?
Did anyone see the 4/21/08 episode of Antiques Roadshow? A Falter illustration was valued at $100,000 to $150,000. You can go to PBS and see the appraisal from Louisville, episode #1213
an oil painting
hello, My mother was at a rummage sale and bought a painting for $10.00. It is an oil painting (original) of a medow with like an old barn with a little pond in front of the barn. It has a wooden fence in front and trees behind the barn. It also has full moon or sun, Hard to tell. There is a latter up on the side of the barn. I dont know the name of this painting or if there is any value. On the bottom left of the painting it says j. falter. can you help me. I have been looking everywhere online and I cant find any info on it. Thank you so much .
John Falter's painting
This picture is titled " his mother was an actress"and the note on the back of the picture says it is 1 of 2 painted for Redbook magazine in the fall of 1936 or 1938. The picture is of a women and her son, with background of tables and accessories and sheer curtains. It is mostly black and white , some gray and yellow. Large 43" x 48" framed. Does anyone have any knowledge about this painting?Would love to hear any comments.
John Falter's home in Plattsmouth 1910-1916
John lived in the house I now own just around the corner from grandma Dovey's queen ann. Used to be Walnut street now Ave E. Must have played in the woods accross the street which I purchased with the home. Because atop grandma Dovey's 3 story he gained the appreciation of the "birdseye" view I am finishing the 3rd story addition to be the "John Falter's Crowsnest" He so loved to climb the water tower near his home in Falls City to obtain that high-up overview. I have much work done by J.P.pencil signed lithographs and will fill the 3rd story with as much of his work as I can afford. When construction is complete hope to have John Philip Falter House on the National Register (provided his living relatives do not object)
John Falter Painting
This was bought from the lobster pot gallery in Nantucket about 35 years ago for 1200 dollars.
It is 22"X44" and appears to be of an Amish farm.
It is titled "#2 Spring Light"
I bought a painting to day of what appears to be a brown brick building, small boy on donkey and to young boys playing smallrapids. Big birch tree in the paintingt. Any Idea of what it is called? Thank you Jane It is signed J Falter
John Falter Oil Canvas
Have a 50+ year old picture of a little boy dressed up as a cowboy hiding behind a couch shooting his gun at a masked cowboy on the TV while a dog sleeps on the couch. Any information desired.
John Phillip Falter Original Oil
Does anyone know if John Phillip Falter ever signed his artworks as I. Falter the signature on mine is right on for the falter part so is the style and strokes but the I. is throwing me. Any help would be very much appreciated. Please email me at
I would be interested in seeing a picture of the artwork and details
the noon whistle
I have the picture it is very good but wondered if it were worth anything or not. I don't
have it put up it is currently in the attic but will put it on the wall later on.