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Old August 15th, 2009, 10:31 AM   #81
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I Also Have "serenity" L.campbell Taylor. It Has A Circled C Then Lr At Bottom Left Hand Corner.
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Old August 25th, 2009, 11:08 PM   #82
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I Have A Picture Of Serenty I Need To Know The Value Do You Know?
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Old August 31st, 2009, 06:35 PM   #83
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with Vermeer and Dou for half a century. His studio which he shared with his wife is about 50 miles from my home. I have been many times.

The Letter is very well-known. Painted in 1942 and exhibited at The Royal Academy. The last I heard was that the original which is 24x20 was in Ferens Art Gallery, Hull. There is a nice little story that she may be reading a letter from her boyfriend/husband who was away at war. LSF

I have a painting named The Corridor which I discovered in the Attic of an old house in New Zealand. It is 3 feet high and 2ft wide. Dark painting with a man and a woman at the end of a corridor. Very airy and beautiful.
Do you know anything about this one. Thanks
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Old October 29th, 2009, 09:20 AM   #84
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do you know how they go about authenticating a litho and do you guys have any suggestions to who may be familiar with him in the US?? he is much more popular in europe. i am willing to rid of the litho if the price is right? thank you kristi
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Old November 21st, 2009, 07:22 AM   #85
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I own 5 prints by LCT,the sampler,the harpist and others.They belonged to my grandmother and were framed in DRIFFIED.Would love to know if they have any value?
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Old September 1st, 2010, 05:45 AM   #86
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Two prints of paintings by Leonard Campbell-Taylor have recently come into my possession. The first one is "The Sampler" in a gilt frame which is in good condition. The sticker on the back is by Peerart Productions and the number of the print is 1FT.

The second is "Serenity" - slight damage to the gilt frame, again Peerart Productions and the number is 4FT. On "Serenity" in the bottom left hand corner is the mark C FTR. Could you please let me know the history of "Serenity" and if there is any possible value in these pictures.

Thank You.

Both prints are signed.


Not sure if this is helpful, but I have a convex mirror with a Peerart Products sticker on the back. From the sticker and the style, and knowing a little of its history, I would place it in the 1920s or 30s.
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Old September 4th, 2010, 10:19 AM   #87
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My husbands Gt. Aunt posed for several paintings by well known artists early 20c. She was called Marguerite Kelsey.One painting of her is in "The Tate"at the moment by Frampton.The woman in the painting "Mafalda" looks very like her.Could anyone cofirm this for me.
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Old November 10th, 2010, 12:11 PM   #88
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I have just aquired a vintage print of the above, it is in a vintage gilt frame and on the back is a receipt for 7.15 shillings! but no date, framed in Portsmouth.
Does anyone know when this print was framed?

It is going to be hung in my holiday home in Haworth and is sure to be a conversation piece!
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Old December 25th, 2010, 06:56 AM   #89
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I have a painting here by L. Campbell Taylor, but as yet have been unable to find any information on the internet regarding it. The name is hard to read but seems to be called Your First Ball Dress, or perhaps Her First Ball Dress. It is a young woman in a white gown, with a woman in a blue gown crouching beside her. They are standing in front of a large dresser and mounted wall mirror.

If anyone could give me any information regarding this it would be very much appreciated.

I wonder whether you are still looking for information on this painting, I have the very same painting, and the same query as yourself! The artists name on the back of the painting is Cambell Talylor and was based in Manchester. I have often wondered over the years more about this painting, did you find any further infomation? my email is spanna42@gmail.com. Kind regards, Anna
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Old January 30th, 2011, 12:36 PM   #90
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Does anyone have any info on the violin lesson by LC taylor prices, info??? Thank you!!
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Old June 14th, 2011, 03:53 PM   #91
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Hi my name is Peggy and I came across the print years ago at a yard sale and knew nothing about I just loved it. If you would like to contact me just send me a e-mail.
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I am trying to locate a print called The rehearsal for my Mother.

She used to talk about it when I was a small child - in the 60's, and I know it would make her day if I could find a copy of it for her.

Many thanks.

Sally Brooke
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Old June 14th, 2011, 06:32 PM   #92
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Sally, The Rehearsal is in the collection of the Tate Gallery in London. It was painted by Leonard Campbell Taylor in 1907 and is a rather large piece of work measuring 84 x 120 inches. You could write to them and see if they do prints. There is (was)also a small replica in the Humphrey Roberts Collection. L.S.Field
Hi Sally,
I just started looking up L Campbell Taylor because I think have the print you were looking for. It is called The Rehearsal I think it is in the origenal frame but I am not sure. The print in about 22 x 24 in. If you know of anyone that can help me with the value I would really apprecate it. I know it was a long time ago that you were looking for this but I just found this sight.

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Old July 29th, 2011, 01:59 PM   #93
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i would like to find out how to get a couple of prints/painting that we have appraised, one is very large and the harpist (lady in pewter coloured Victorian dress ) and one I believe to be Malfalda, lady in lovely blue dress, any idea on value if any would be greatly appreciated, thanks
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Old November 5th, 2011, 09:27 AM   #94
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i would like to find out how to get a couple of prints/painting that we have appraised, one is very large and the harpist (lady in pewter coloured Victorian dress ) and one I believe to be Malfalda, lady in lovely blue dress, any idea on value if any would be greatly appreciated, thanks
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I have The Harpist. Contact me by email stevendgeorge@yahoo.com.
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 03:56 AM   #95
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I've got what I believe to be a Leonard Campbell Taylor print. It's a lady in a red dress with a grey shawl, standing beside a gentleman in a long black cloak. They are stood in an archway with the aforementioned convex mirror behind them. I've heard of a painting called "The Grey Shawl" but haven't managed to find an illustration or description of it, so I don't actually know what it looks like or whether mine is indeed a copy of "the grey Shawl". I love it, whatever it's called and whatever it's value, but would be interested to know whether it's worth anything. It's in good condition, with a pretty, but not overly ornate gilt painted wooden frame.
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Old February 14th, 2012, 03:15 PM   #96
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I've got what I believe to be a Leonard Campbell Taylor print. It's a lady in a red dress with a grey shawl, standing beside a gentleman in a long black cloak. They are stood in an archway with the aforementioned convex mirror behind them. I've heard of a painting called "The Grey Shawl" but haven't managed to find an illustration or description of it, so I don't actually know what it looks like or whether mine is indeed a copy of "the grey Shawl". I love it, whatever it's called and whatever it's value, but would be interested to know whether it's worth anything. It's in good condition, with a pretty, but not overly ornate gilt painted wooden frame.

I think you may have a copy of a painting called THE CORRIDOR painted by LCT in late 1920's. If this is the picture the model was my mother, who never saw the man with her as he was painted in later, until after the painting was completed. If you reply to this information with your email address I can give you more information.
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Old February 26th, 2012, 11:19 AM   #97
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I think you may have a copy of a painting called THE CORRIDOR painted by LCT in late 1920's. If this is the picture the model was my mother, who never saw the man with her as he was painted in later, until after the painting was completed. If you reply to this information with your email address I can give you more information.

Wow! Many thanks for your interesting reply. If you'd like to contact me at the following email address, I'd love to hear more.
sawright1@hotmail.co.uk
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Old March 16th, 2012, 06:05 PM   #98
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The LCT work you have is in fact called THE HARPIST and was painted in 1936. It was purchased by The National Arts Collection and presented to The South African National Gallery in Cape Town. If you now own it you are more than very lucky.

The chest behind the lady playing the harp (I did have the name of the model somewhere !) is a Chinese Coromandel Lacquered Chest and was the property of The Duchess of Rutland. Its stand is a Charles II silvered carved wood stand. The gold frame mirror looks as though it could be Italian/French and according to the V&A Museum in London can be dated at about 1600.The harpist is wearing a green dress with yellow cape. L.S. Field

I have a color engraving of the Harpist (Lady with the Harp). It measures about 19" x 21". I am trying to find out if it has any value. If so what is it worth
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Old March 17th, 2012, 02:32 AM   #99
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Perhaps an enquiry here may help. http://www.ditlef.com/musicalsteal.html
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Old July 25th, 2012, 08:38 PM   #100
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I have a painting by l Campbell Taylor titled Lady in White Dress. It is copyrighted by Pallas Gallery in London. I have had it for 30 plus years and it was given to me by a friend who got it from her mother. Can anyone tell me what it is worth?
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