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 J Knowles Hare Jr Original 1911
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Posted - Oct 12 2011 :  15:40:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I found this signed J Knowles Hare Jr painting on the back of a framed poster under paper backing. It shows two Native Americans in a canoe. It is signed by J Knowles Hare Jr and dated 1911
Is there a title to this painting?
Is this dry brush?
What would the value be?
Thanks everyone


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Posted - Oct 12 2011 :  16:19:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Just to clarify It was not physically on the back of the poster. It is a separate painting that was tucked in behind the poster

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Posted - Oct 12 2011 :  16:45:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi, Found one that sold on eBay,

The Indian Romance


Also this,


Ps, What is a dry brush?

Edited by - artyy on Oct 12 2011 16:55:53
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Posted - Oct 12 2011 :  17:53:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Judging by the copyright symbol (the 'c' with a circle3 around it), I would guess that this artwork is a print, and not a painting. Also the fact that there is a 'print' which sold (the one identified by Artyy), which is an exact duplicate of the one you have, gives another clue that it is a print. Look for brush strokes with a magnifying glass, and you'll probably see that the surface is flat (without indications of a brush stroke). Also, if the back of the 'Indian' artwork is cardboard, it definitely is a print. Just my opinion, but it looks that way to me. It is a beautiful image. If it were a painting, it would, indeed, be valuable. I wish I had better news. There is a chance that I am overlooking something.
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