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    Apr 2003
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    Another Oil Painting ID

    Picked up another painting...I'm going to assume "starving artist" until I id otherwise. Looks like the Tetons maybe. Artist signature begins with N ends with th...any input? It's large, on a 36" canvas. Actually, a very nice painting. Click image for larger version. 

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    Definitely a starving artist sale item. Purely decorative.

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    You in Gunnison by any chance? Saw a painting just like this in the thrift store there.

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    looks like someone had taken a bob ross class. I see the tree thats "our little secrete"
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    Mar 2009
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    One time on Sixty Minutes they did a story on a Chinese guy who does these starving artist paintings. I think it takes him about 5 minutes to do one like above. He uses only sponges and tiny artist trowels. No paintbrushes. He has a roll of toilet paper that he uses to wipe the paint off the trowel every time he switches paint. Trowel for tree trunks, mountains, etc., sponge for leaves.



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