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D. E. Lombardo

I am unable to answer enquiries concerning objects, which are NOT related to the areas of Fine Art and Antiques. Nor will I; on the sole basis of any photographic images be willing to give any definitive monetary valuations, or monetary opinions. In such cases I would always advise on getting “real time” valuations and opinions from reputable and qualified auction houses, or third parties. In some applicable cases, I may perhaps give general indications of value, based on the presented materials. True valuations always need a direct “hands on” approach, with perhaps also the necessary research and verifications. Broadly open to almost all questions, regarding the majority of both European, American quality objects, which are related to both Antiques and Fine Art. This also includes modern 20th century designer objects such as furniture etc. My own particular comfort zone areas would be; The decorative Arts, marble, stone, furniture, ivory, bone, amber, ceramics and porcelain, sculpture, glass, silver and metal objects etc. I will also answer inquiries, and give opinions concerning Dutch 17th, 18th and 19th century paintings. Please note that I do have limitations and cannot possibly answer all questions, as the field is very extensive. VERY IMPORTANT and .....

Dolly D Headley

I can assist with identification, acquisition, sell representation, and care of fine art prints and original paintings. Some of my artist specialties include Henri Toulouse Lautrec, California Artists, and the Modern Masters. I can also assist with information on getting professional appraisals and authentication.

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2017-02-16 Jean Baptist Corot:

Dear Rosemary,  It is not possible for me to assist you in finding a value for your print without knowing what kind of print it is; however I can tell you that Louis Wolff and Co. was a London publisher

2017-02-15 Oil Painting:

Dear Dorean,  I found another painting in the same style and signature as your painting. It attributes the painting to an artist named James Belton Bonsall. I am not familiar with the artist so I cannot

2017-02-10 Oil Painting signed Barister:

Dear Jack,    I too could not come up with an artist using only one "r" in the last name. I checked all of my artist listing resources. I can only conjecture that your painting may be by an artist, possibly

2017-02-03 NIcolai Ulfsten picture 1883:

Dear Susan,    One of the clues you can use to determine if you have an original painting is look for it on the internet. If you find other images like it for sale; you can be assured, it is likely a reproduction

2017-02-01 Ida Jackson - Painter:

Dear Lorraine,    One of the clues you can use to determine if you have an original painting is look for it on the internet. If you find other images like it for sale; you can be assured it is likely a

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