JEWISH PICTURE of FAMOUS AUTHOR, 1933 KOLOMYJA
Long time ago we bought a collection of Jewish pictures from the same Jewish artist. It was made on different paper including a paper from printed factory (he was working where?) or other side of maps in German language.
On the market there are a lot of copies of the pictures of that author (because he is very popular artist). You can easy to see the difference: all copies was made with bright colors of water - based paints. Also it were glow under a black light (all modern paper are glow under a black light).
The picture is signed by author and dated.
SIZE: 126 x 184 mm.
This particular item passed very important test - it does not glow under the black lamp (all paper after 1945 glow under the black light) - please look at the images. Selling as a consignment. Please note: last image is for sample only.
ESTIMATE PRICE: $150 - $200.
Recently few pictures of that artist sold in POLAND for $3800 - please see the screenshot.
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