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    Site Admin
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    Just spotted this on http://www.adtrader.co.uk:

    FOR SALELenkiewicz the painter with Anna, print number 45 project 18, large print, professionally framed in Italian wood frame, genuine reason for sale, £5,000.

    Have I missed something, or has the Lenkiewicz print market staged a remarkable recovery 😮 :-

    #7479

    sartre
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    genuine reason for sale, £5,000.

    Let's guess: untrammelled greed?

    #7480

    John
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    Why piss five grand on a lousy lithograph , when you can get a PAINTING by Lenkiewicz for less…….. Bloody insane.

    #7481

    John
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    Look , an original lenky painting , for less cash than a print…..http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=551&item=3778026103&rd=1&ssPageName=WDVW

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    sartre
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    Look , an original lenky painting , for less cash than a print.....http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=551&item=3778026103&rd=1&ssPageName=WDVW

    Aha! Man in Omega Tie makes his reappearance! Still too expensive though. I forget what was paid for it at auction but the eBay seller is too greedy, just like the individual selling on adtrader.

    #7483

    Andrew Robinson
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    Man in Omega Tie sold for £1,000 – hence why there are no bids currently for it

    #7484

    will
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    For “Man in Omega tie” perhaps we should read “man with smeared hands”..Lenkiewicz seemed to have a problem with painting hands…maybe someone will take issue with this, but I see his hands as being a familiar failing in his paintings…but my God, could he capture light,hair, lips and what else…a certain petulance in an expression… :P..I wish he'd stuck more to this strength though……and as for the “man in the Tie”…I wouldn't pay UK1000 if I was the subject…any one disagree?

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