boy with still life "by rosen"connie austin
i have the painting boy with still life no.632 on the back of painting it has international gallery prints. size 16 x 20 i would like more infor on it we found it in cleaning out my mother in laws 1800 house is it worth anything
information on this artist send info to my email address,thanks
roesen paintinge. collins
i have the painting boy with still life no.632.
on the back of painting it has international gallery
prints. size 16 x 20.i would like more info also.
Boy with Still Life No632Shirley Huckaby
what do I need to know about this painting.
problem about boy with still life ali
i wanna know how i can recongnize the different between original and copy of this painting/
i have one of it and it is printed the same senetences as they are told behind it
i will be grateful.
thank you in advance.
Still Life with flowers and Bird NestJohn Williams
How do I know if I have an original oil painting or a copy? Does anyone know the history of this painting?
Boy with Still Life No 632Barbara Duhon
I have what I believe is an original Roesen Painting. On the Back of the Painting embossed in the Matt, is: "Boy With Still Life By Roesen
Size 16 x 20 No 632, International Gallery Prints"
Please share what you know about this painting.
porcelain urnpaul crawford
I have a porcelain urn with a rural scene painted on it. It is blue in color surrounding the scene and is 12 inches high (counting the lid and handle) as well as 12" in diameter at its widest point. However, there is a mark on the bottom which should enable me to identify it, but I have had little success. The mark is a shield with a black horse in a "rearing" position. Above it is the word SEVERIN. There are also two other marks incised into the clay--VN, I believe. Finally there is a mark which is difficult to decipher--it appears to be a staff with numerous lines running above it and down the staff. I find it difficult to believe Severin Roesen would have printed his first name above the shield; however, I am relatively unfamiliar with the production of porcelain by perhaps student painters and porcelain manufacturers in the mid-nineteenth century. Can anyone give me some insight into the possibility this is an early porcelain piece painted by Roesen?