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I took a picture of a fine arts painting from EBay. It sold

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I took a picture of a fine arts painting from EBay. It sold before I got the name of the picture and painter. I have looked on a-lot-lot-a sites. I can narrow it down a bit. I believe it is of European origin and from the 18th or 19th (probably) century. It is a very colorful landscape scene with people going about their business; blue and green mountains, rose/purple roads with a man pulling a horse drawn cart and a woman standing in a stream with a cow.
I don't expect you to know this painting but do you have any ideas of how I can get copy. Do you know who helps people find paintings?
Is their a charge for your service?
Thank you,
Laura Flower
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Nora replied 10 months ago.

Hi,

The image is of a contemporary 2008 work by the now deceased artist Thomas Kinkade and it is titled Emerald Valley. Here is a link for you where you can purchase this image: http://www.gallerydirectart.com/t-337.html#.V94pC-MrJBw and here is another link for you: http://www.kinkadecapitola.com/?site_id=954&id_sub=49343&page_id=20700

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Expert:  Nora replied 10 months ago.

Hello,

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