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Jenness Cortez (1944) Hand Signed Limited Edition Print

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1994 Holy Bull by Jenness Cortez. Picture, print, and certificates.

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Lebo Art guitar was played on stage in collaboration with Gibson guitars . He painted about a 100 guitars . And this particular guitar was used in a blog about his work.

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I believe its a Mattin-Laurent Partarrieu. 25 inches by 23 inches including frame. Its on Canvas.

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My mother bought the art work about 25 years ago in the US.
Name of the artist Albert bierstadt

Etienne-Henri Dumaige (French 1830-1888) “Egyptian Prinncess”

  • Andres G 

My grandfather has given me a very unique statue that he got from a very old friend of his who was an avid art collector and traveled all over the world to collect art. The statue he has given me was created by the artist, Etienne-Henri Dumaige. The statue is supposedly called, “Etienne Dumaige Bronze Statue of an Egyptian Princess”. The statue seems to be in very good condition, other than a crack/chip on the bottom right corner of the statue as shown in the pictures. I’ve seen many different price listings on the internet, ranging anywhere from $15,000 – $29,000, but I just want to know what my statue’s estimated value is. I’ve also noticed that my statue seems to be a bit different from the other statues I’ve seen online because the foundation/slab that the bronze statue is standing on seems to be made of a different material than all the other statues I’ve seen. This makes me wonder if this version of the statue is a more rare or unique version compared to the other ones. I wonder this because my grandfather’s friend traveled all over the world to collect these pieces, so maybe this one is very unique! Please let me know. Thank you very much!
-Brandon Dryden
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Indoor wicker furniture. Possible 30s or 40s. 1 rocker and 1 chair. Cushions recently redone

A Limited Edition Print by Hans Jaenisch (1907 – 1989)

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The drawing size is 13 3/4” by 9 3/4” without the Matting. I do not know anything about this drawing. I am curious though. I bought it at an estate sale and cannot remember what he said about it. I pulled it out of a portfolio album.