why might an artist choose to repaint a painting into his or her own work?

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Answered: Value of an Artist Proof

Ebay has "Three Boys Fishing" print offered for $300 or best offer. And there's a hand signed numbered lithograph offered for $7200 or best offer. There's a limited edition print on palleyd.com for $75. Liveauctioneers had one with an estimate of $300 and a starting bid of $20. But it depends on ...

Answered: Oil paintings by artist Garee.

have one and want to sell..its 2 owls

Answered: Which artist paints a painting with a woman reading in the garden?

Mary Cassatt has painted a painting titled Woman Reading in a Garden, check the painting here: http://www.artisoo.com/woman-reading-in-a-garden-p-7735.html .

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Which artist likes to paint artworks of farmers?

Jean Francois Millet, view his paintings here http://www.artisoo.com/shop-by-artist-jean-francois-millet-c-66_156_690.html .

W.M.Steiner painting

What style is the painting? I have an original western painting that my grandfather bought from the artist that is signed W.M. Steiner. I'm curious if it's the same artist.

What are famous paintings of artist Tamara De Lempicka?

Portrait in the Green Bugatti http://www.artisoo.com/portrait-in-the-green-bugatti-1925-p-62253.html

Artist Alice H. Noel of Wexford Pa.

From a flyer I picked up at one of her exhibits in 1981/2. "Miss Noel was born in Monticello, Illinois. Was raised in Indianapolis, Indiana where she studied painting at the John heron Institute, was protegee of William Al Eyden with whom she worked for five years. She also sutdied at the Chicago ...