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Landscape painting on glass

 
 
Loganwc
 
Reply Sun 21 Jun, 2015 04:15 pm
I recently purchased an unsigned painting on glass of a European countryside scene with a small castle and a boat in a pond. Is there a place for me to post the image online. And Can anyone please direct me towards information about the artist or genre? Thanks

http://i446.photobucket.com/albums/qq185/loganwc/image.jpg1_zpshwatbmwc.jpg

http://i446.photobucket.com/albums/qq185/loganwc/image.jpg1_zpshwatbmwc.jpg
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Region Philbis
 
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Reply Sun 21 Jun, 2015 04:19 pm
@Loganwc,

you can post it here...

Ticomaya wrote:
How to add an image to A2K in 6 painfully easy steps:

1. Navagate to "imgur.com." You can type those words in the browser address area each time, or perhaps if you're feeling adventurous, save it as a bookmark/favorite.

2. Click on "Computer" in the "Upload images" section on the page. You might have to look for this, but it's sorta toward the upper right of the page.

3. Navigate to your image on your computer. (Pretend you are going to email it to a friend.)

4. Click "Start Upload".

(Seconds later .... Voila ... your image is now hosted on the Internet!)

5. Copy the link to the image, which is found to the right of the displayed image. (I use the "BBCode" link, and just paste that directly into my A2K post -- it adds the IMG codes so I don't have to. Otherwise you can use the "Direct Link" and add those codes yourself.)

6. Paste the link into your A2K post (using the IMG codes if using the "Direct Link" method, or without using the IMG codes if using the "BBCode" method.)

(Voila again ... you have just added a link of your image to your post. Always preview to make sure it worked properly.)


Note: The IMG codes should like something like this, as they surround the link to your image in your post:
Code:[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Kxym77c.png[/IMG]

facebook is also a good hosting site...
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farmerman
 
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Reply Sun 21 Jun, 2015 05:25 pm
@Loganwc,
I assume its a reverse glass painting. At least it look like one
Loganwc
 
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Reply Sun 21 Jun, 2015 09:30 pm
@farmerman,
Yes, now that you mention the technique, it is indeed a reverse glass painting. I am guessing the party from which I procured the piece probably purchases it in the 1950's.
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