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Old January 13th, 2013, 05:46 PM   #41
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We have an H.Tirolf painting that was bought about 1974 at an art auction in Pleasanton ca. U.S.A. paid about $ 300.oo because we loved it and being an art student in my younger years could well appreciate the talent and labor it took to produce. After reading most of the posts and comments I would assume it was done by the son, I did notice one comment was that her painting was signed lower left as ours is signed lower right. Our painting is about 3 feet by 2 feet, a forest scene with stream or brook, a cabin and a dirt path or road. The label on the back says Robert Sills gallery. register #T 19762. Anyone with information or questions ca contact me at larrybackert@sbcglobal.net
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Old January 14th, 2013, 12:34 PM   #42
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We have an H.Tirolf painting that was bought about 1974 at an art auction in Pleasanton ca. U.S.A. paid about $ 300.oo because we loved it and being an art student in my younger years could well appreciate the talent and labor it took to produce. After reading most of the posts and comments I would assume it was done by the son, I did notice one comment was that her painting was signed lower left as ours is signed lower right. Our painting is about 3 feet by 2 feet, a forest scene with stream or brook, a cabin and a dirt path or road. The label on the back says Robert Sills gallery. register #T 19762. Anyone with information or questions ca contact me at larrybackert@sbcglobal.net
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Old September 11th, 2013, 11:24 AM   #43
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Hi I have a oil painting by M Ryke also of a windmill with a little house in background on the setting of a lake. Found at garage sale in Charlotte Nc The back is interesting how it was framed at each corner it has two small pieces of wood criss crossed to hold matting of the painting. Please contact me at mamemama1224@yahoo.com if you know anything else about this artist ! Thanks
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Old September 20th, 2013, 12:52 PM   #44
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Someone was interested in seeing an image of a H. Tirolf painting. I have attached mine. I don't know if it has any value but I don't care because I think it's beautiful. It is 2'x3' and has "Mexico" stamped on the frame.
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Old February 23rd, 2014, 08:33 PM   #45
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hi my name is Joe i have a painting by h tirolf and i wanted 2 sell it if any one cold tell me anything about it my contact is by cell 1773304 6473 or e-mail joegraca25@yahoo.com

I have all the paper work from it and proof of insurence from 11/80 it was paid 250$ for the insurence
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Old July 27th, 2014, 12:19 PM   #46
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Me and my husband has this H. Tirolf painting which he purchased 10yrs. ago from a thrift shop. The frame measured W.55 1/2 inches and L. 43 1/2 inches. The sheet measured W. 49 1/2 inches and L. 37 1/4 inches. The signature is on the left lower corner of the sheet. I browsed all the displays oil paintings of H. Tirolf on Ebay and this one that we have has no found copy. On the wood that's on the sheet before the frame there is a pencil writing saying it's the original. Will be happy if someone can comment on this.
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Old August 17th, 2014, 02:18 PM   #47
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Hi,

Just acquired an oil painting signed in the lower right corner by H.TIROLFF, printed and in capitals. Similar to landscapes previously described, with a stream through a forest, no boat. However, on the back there is a copy of a card about the artist. Titled 'Hein Tirolf'. The card reads...

"Artist born 1920 in Amsterdam. His father was already well known in the Dutch Art Galleries, but the son preferred to work for an international public. He studied in Basel, Switzerland and concentrated on the Schwarzvald forestry nearby. He also spent some years in Paris before he came back to Holland."

The frame has staples in back, but there is also stamped into the frame
Artists Material
Grumbacher
New York

who apparently framed it. This painting had been in my parents house since moving there in 1972. It was probably a housewarming gift. Not sure, but it was always there and now it is in my house. Is the Grumbacher stamp significant? Not really worried about value, as it is a very nice painting and I plan on keeping it, but it would be nice to know if the artist is highly thought of in the art community.
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Old September 7th, 2014, 04:43 PM   #48
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Hello everyone. After browsing this page for two years I am now a registered member. I am still trying to authenicate a H Triolf painting I have. After reading some of these it sounds as if there is not a set pattern or location of the artist signature on his paintings. My concerns are if I were to put my painting up for sale is there a way to i.d. if it is an original or just a touched up copy. I am totally confused. I would not want to try and sell a copy as an original and vise versa regardless of price.
I am open to any suggestions of other art/artist web sites that might be helpful in educating me about art and artist. I know just a tad bit about art but am very open to learn more. Any comments will be appreciated.
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