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 Antique French w/c, can you read the signature?
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cyril
Junior Member

USA
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Posted - Apr 20 2020 :  00:46:30  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello,

Tonight I have 3 paintings to present for your attention hoping to get to the authorship matter with your help.

this to be the 1st one:

antique watercolor on paper, size of 8 x 12 inches approximately. Notice how artist had chosen the street pavement to sign this painting. And it is done in rather unusual way - the signature shows in big bold letters written in a kid's manner. I think I can see 2 digits up above the signature, is it 62 for 1862 ...? The signature I can not read but somehow I get the feeling it is a French name .... Was wondering if somebody can read the signature in full please ...???

Thank you.
Cyril.



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angelo
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Italy
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Posted - Apr 21 2020 :  11:37:55  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello.

I read "E. Pissarro" or "F. Pissarro" in the signature.
The style could be compliant , it is a beautiful work.
The date could help to choose the "possible" right Pissarro (if I see well , the signature is enough vanishing).
https://www.artprice.com/artists/search?ipp=100&exact_match=1&keyword=pissarro

Regards

Angelo
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cyril
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USA
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Posted - Apr 21 2020 :  19:08:36  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Angelo, thank you very much.

I do see P and then I and then maybe N or R (instead of being S) but that is a start. I will definitely look into that.

Thanks again,
Cyril.
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