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Thanks for the pictures, Sherry.
I can't make out the artist's name, from either the signature or the label on the back, which is sideways.
Can you read it?
Thanks, ***** ***** you read the signature on the painting?
I can try if you can get me a clear close-up picture of it.
No - not a chance of reading this. But, it's not a famous signature. So, we have to evaluate the painting on its own merits.
It is clearly a late 19th century harbor scene in a European location, possibly Switzerland or Austria. It's an interesting view, but both the painting and the frame have condition issues. You could have it restored, but that may turn out to be expensive.
In this condition, the current retail (replacement or insurance) value of your is approximately $300. If you were to sell it, you could expect to get the fair market (private sale or auction) value of approximately 40% of the retail amount or $120, depending on location and actual condition.
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