Subject:Re: Blue-Green Paintings
Posted By: Tony W. Sat, Mar 04, 2023
Was very happy to receive your comment …Got home late last night from work thus that short replying 😊
I’ve learned from each of the many inputs from the forum over the years, and they all touched on, though sometime out of the context, some relevant aspects of the Art world and objects, and of Asian origin, particularly.
Judging from pictures, especially of poor photographic quality- often time the cases of mine, could be hard and misleading 😊 And you are absolutely right about the difference between the two painting styles, which I had no knowledge about …
Back to the two paintings, if you are not bored yet by now, they both are mounted and framed the same way, each painting itself is 50” x 28” roughly. Aside from the technical and artistic aspects, which I am ignorant of, since there are two of similar items, there are tangible attributes (paper, type of ink, frame and marking, backing with special medium, indications of age and period…) that could help to attest to the originality of the paintings. It can be very hard though, and, more importantly, if it is worth to go through that effort 😊
Again, as a set, it is hard for me to not think about whether there is any intended message that the artist was expressing….
As for the unsigned authorship, the paintings are slightly different in the depicted sceneries; however, they were probably done by the same individual, since there is a common logo of "The Orange-Leaf and Pine Trees” to the left corner…there you go 😊
Here is the whole of the first, the second, and that “logo” 😊
Thanks so much again!!!