Hi I have a Lautrec print that was purchased in the early 1960's by my grandfather from an estate sale. It has the original tax seal on it and it has the printing company along the edge of the print. This print is mounted on a peice of hard cardboard and was once nailed somewhere. There are nail holes in the corners. I can give more details if needed do you think this could be an original print once hung in the streets of france? The print is ambassedeurs bruant.
I have an original May Milton with the artist's stamp in lower left corner. In addition there is a banjo player in the lower right corner, something I cannot find on any other Lautrec lithos. Would really appreciate knowledgeable comments on the banjo player stamp. thanks.
Lautrec "Hangover" lithographElia
My wife inherited a lithograph signed with a circle and initials and also numbered in a series.
We have learned today that it is called the hangover. We can not find anyone to authenticate, but have just decided recently to actually try. Any info?
Toulouse Lautrec LithographMary Austin
I have a lithograph by Toulouse Lautrec titled “Aristide Bruant”, with a certificate of authenticity from Robert Sills Gallery (North Hollywood, CA and Niles, Illinois) that states “Original Lithograph issued and authenticated by Museum at Albi”; registration number 7-29866.
Can you please tell me if this piece may have any value? It is beautifully framed.
Thank you very much!