"IJS means "I just smiled" which is why I thanked you for the smile. I see now you meant "I'm just saying". LOL is usually used to defuse a negative statement. In other words you call somebody a name or…"
"Define the "D" in SMDH. That is a swear word.
As Craig puts it, we (I) could make up stuff to make you feel good but the truth is what I try to provide.
Sorry if it hurts. Like I said use it for knowledge. Next time you see a…"
"Boys calm down
Joseph if you want some one to tell you its great, ok its great, its old,
little bow peep and her sheep,
not much you can tell when they are un marked or unsigned sorry.
if you take it out of the frame on the very edge there might…"
"You guessed wrong Joe. My opinion differs with yours. My opinion is shaped by 10 years experience looking at junk like yours. Since you can't defend your opinion you have to knock me by calling me names and swearing. That's a good way to…"
"i guess your the Grumpy of this group. LOL. I never said it was a print or painting. Where in this post do I say it's not anything? Also if it's a print would it not be easy to find a similar original? Also I said he had put it down , not…"
"I would've put it back too. Those ugly stains indicate this has been submerged in a flood somewhere. Also, unsigned work is usually impossible to research. I also believe it's a print, but you say it's not; just a…"
Hello Fellow members. I obtained this painting from a thrift store. It was on a shelf along with other paintings. As I looked at the painting it was unique and the frame seemed old looking. I remember a lady telling me you can tell a painting is old by the frame. This painting does not have a signature on it. I tried to open the backing which is a thick wood board and nails. Being afraid of ruining this painting trying I just took some pictures and measured painting in frame here.I was lucky…See More
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