• srqpeter
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9 months ago
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9 months ago
I'm sorry, but I'm unable to physically see the artwork in question. However, I can provide some guidance on how you might identify it. If you're having difficulty reading the signature, here are some steps you can take:

Inspect the artwork closely: Examine the style of the painting, the colors used, the composition, and any objects or landmarks depicted. Look for any clues that might indicate the location or style of the artwork.

Research: Try doing some online research using keywords related to the painting, such as "snow street scene," "New York watercolor," or any distinctive features you notice. You can also search for famous New York watercolor artists to see if any match the style or subject matter of the artwork.

Seek expert opinion: If you're still unable to identify the artwork on your own, consider reaching out to a local art appraiser, art historian, or a reputable art gallery that specializes in watercolor paintings. They might be able to provide more information or potentially help identify the artist.

Remember, it can be challenging to identify an artwork without more specific details or visual reference. If possible, provide clear photographs or more information about the artwork, such as any labels, inscriptions, or markings on the back of the piece.