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I have an oiled painting(has a name plate - Macus Stone) and

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Hi. I have an oiled painting(has a name plate - Macus Stone) and wonder if it is real one and how much it will be if it is real one. My father got an oiled painting from bank president of City bank in late 1980 when he was a CFO at Korean 5th biggest company group. When I think his position(CFO at 5th biggest company group) and the person who gave him the painting(Bank president, not Korean), I guess it might be real one from Macus Stone, but not sure. Do you let me know how I can know this is real one or not? It's size is about 38cm x 28cm and the condition looks good.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  rarewares replied 1 year ago.

This is a giclee print on canvas of the famous painting In Love by Marcus Stone(1840-1921) The original hangs in the Nottingham Gallery in England. This painting has been printed on everything, including good reproductions on canvas. This reproduction painting has a value of $125 to $150 currently.

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