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Old November 1st, 2011, 12:43 AM   #41
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Old November 6th, 2011, 02:11 AM   #42
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Does anyone know of this Kingman? John
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Old November 6th, 2011, 12:16 PM   #43
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That is a nice looking painting. Not sure if this is the same artist (signature does not match some other "Kingman" paintings I have seen online), but I like it. Sort of reminds me of Andrew Wyeth or Rien Poortvliet -- it's more golden-hued and nostalgic than their works are, but the romantic element is nicely understated.
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Old November 8th, 2011, 12:52 AM   #44
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Hi John... Thank you for your help. Yes I agree it is a very nice painting, each blade of grass is individually applied one over the other giving a 3-D effect. A lot of work, must have taken some time to do the painting. I think it could be around 50-60 years old which is reflected by the burney board it is painted on. The frame is older, I would say at least 1920's or 30's. Thanks again John D...


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That is a nice looking painting. Not sure if this is the same artist (signature does not match some other "Kingman" paintings I have seen online), but I like it. Sort of reminds me of Andrew Wyeth or Rien Poortvliet -- it's more golden-hued and nostalgic than their works are, but the romantic element is nicely understated.
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Old November 9th, 2011, 05:06 AM   #45
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That is a nice looking painting. Not sure if this is the same artist (signature does not match some other "Kingman" paintings I have seen online), but I like it. Sort of reminds me of Andrew Wyeth or Rien Poortvliet -- it's more golden-hued and nostalgic than their works are, but the romantic element is nicely understated.
Hi John
I beg to differ on your opinion, in that the signature does not match other KINGMAN paintings. I now have several signatures from other readers and they are definately the same. The only one that was different was a painting signed in lower case. The confusing point there was the painting of pointers chasing out partridge/Quail was extremely similar.
The interesting thing with Johns painting, and to which he describes is the grasses, which are an eye catching part of most of the paintings I have seen.
Love to forward my painting along with signature, but will not allow, due to to much memory required.
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Old November 9th, 2011, 10:41 AM   #46
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It should be an easy matter to resize it to a manageable size and save the file as a .jpg. Of you can mail it to me and I'll post it. My email address is at the bottom of this page:
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Old November 14th, 2011, 09:40 PM   #47
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i have oil paiting kingman is may be 30 40 ears 0ld or maybe more is veri butiful kingman is the signature on left site its a fall landscape mi mail is s.momchil@yahoo.com sent me picture of your
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Old November 15th, 2011, 03:19 PM   #48
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Hi Jill
Please send me a photo of this painting, it sounds very much like the one I have, it will also enable me to identify the artist. I feel sure that once we can achieve this, the value will be increased. The painting I have was valued by a repitable auctioner at 150 - 200 under the hammer.
Looking forward to hearing from you
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Hi sorry this does not pertain to your thread but I am new on here and do not know how to place a posting on the site ? can you help me with this please, i would like to post a thread about a painting that my father gave me, any help to place the posting would be of great help.
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Old November 15th, 2011, 05:14 PM   #49
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Old November 16th, 2011, 08:07 AM   #50
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Go to the main page for the forum where you want to post the thread (e.g. "Questions"), then click the "New Thread" link towards the upper left.
Hi John
Did you get my email Alan Floy?
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Old November 16th, 2011, 10:57 AM   #51
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Yes I did, a bunch of Kingman pictures. I'll post them when I get a chance.
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Old November 16th, 2011, 05:15 PM   #52
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Hi Alan
John D... here, thought I would post some more pics up for your consideration and possible verification with your signatures. Would like to see some pics of the signatures you are talking about.
Thanks John


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Hi John
I beg to differ on your opinion, in that the signature does not match other KINGMAN paintings. I now have several signatures from other readers and they are definately the same. The only one that was different was a painting signed in lower case. The confusing point there was the painting of pointers chasing out partridge/Quail was extremely similar.
The interesting thing with Johns painting, and to which he describes is the grasses, which are an eye catching part of most of the paintings I have seen.
Love to forward my painting along with signature, but will not allow, due to to much memory required.
Regards
Alan Floy
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Old November 16th, 2011, 05:23 PM   #53
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Cheers John D...

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Hi John
I beg to differ on your opinion, in that the signature does not match other KINGMAN paintings. I now have several signatures from other readers and they are definately the same. The only one that was different was a painting signed in lower case. The confusing point there was the painting of pointers chasing out partridge/Quail was extremely similar.
The interesting thing with Johns painting, and to which he describes is the grasses, which are an eye catching part of most of the paintings I have seen.
Love to forward my painting along with signature, but will not allow, due to to much memory required.
Regards
Alan Floy
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Old November 16th, 2011, 05:27 PM   #54
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Cheers John D...

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Hi John
I beg to differ on your opinion, in that the signature does not match other KINGMAN paintings. I now have several signatures from other readers and they are definately the same. The only one that was different was a painting signed in lower case. The confusing point there was the painting of pointers chasing out partridge/Quail was extremely similar.
The interesting thing with Johns painting, and to which he describes is the grasses, which are an eye catching part of most of the paintings I have seen.
Love to forward my painting along with signature, but will not allow, due to to much memory required.
Regards
Alan Floy
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Old November 16th, 2011, 05:39 PM   #55
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Hi Alan
This is what we did to reduce pics for posting.
Right click on picture, go to open with, choose Microsoft Office Picture Manager, click on edit pictures on the navigation bar, on the right hand side a panel will display, go to resize, click on predefined width & Height, this will show document large, then click on the down arrow on the right side of box and choose large web print. click OK & Save.

Hope it works for you
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Hi John
I beg to differ on your opinion, in that the signature does not match other KINGMAN paintings. I now have several signatures from other readers and they are definately the same. The only one that was different was a painting signed in lower case. The confusing point there was the painting of pointers chasing out partridge/Quail was extremely similar.
The interesting thing with Johns painting, and to which he describes is the grasses, which are an eye catching part of most of the paintings I have seen.
Love to forward my painting along with signature, but will not allow, due to to much memory required.
Regards
Alan Floy
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Old November 16th, 2011, 05:42 PM   #56
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Hi John
Thanks for your feedback. Wanted to let you know that I checked out the painters you referred to. I agree that my Kingman certainly does resemble the style of these painters particularly Andrew Wyeth.
Thanks again
John D...


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That is a nice looking painting. Not sure if this is the same artist (signature does not match some other "Kingman" paintings I have seen online), but I like it. Sort of reminds me of Andrew Wyeth or Rien Poortvliet -- it's more golden-hued and nostalgic than their works are, but the romantic element is nicely understated.
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Old November 17th, 2011, 12:49 AM   #57
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The next few posts are the pictures that Alan sent me, reduced for space and also so that they don't require too much scrolling...



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Old November 17th, 2011, 12:52 AM   #58
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These two are apparently from the same painting, although I can't see where the signature is on the full image...



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Old November 17th, 2011, 12:54 AM   #59
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One more...

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Old November 20th, 2011, 04:24 PM   #60
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Hi There

Are you able to post up your picture? It sounds like it may be a bit similar to mine and would like to compare the styles. I feel mine may be from Canada somewhere and also wonder if this is where you are from. I spoke to a lady who was also from Canada who had a Kingman painting from there. (Also France & Barcelona). I am in Australia and the painting was aquired from a couple who had purchased a Banana Plantation, they were from Italy or Spain.

Thanks John D ...
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