Water colour of my Mum

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    eastender
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    Good MorningRobert painted an A4 size water colour of my mum around 1974. It only took him around 2 hours and was a present for her paid for by my Dad on a rainly day on the Barbican. Are there millions of these around or does this have any sort of value - roughly. It should be worth more than the pencil sketches shouldn't it?Thank you.

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    sartre
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    Robert painted an A4 size water colour of my mum around 1974. It only took him around 2 hours and was a present for her paid for by my Dad on a rainly day on the Barbican. Are there millions of these around or does this have any sort of value - roughly. It should be worth more than the pencil sketches shouldn't it?Thank you.

    Do you have a photo of the painting, eastender? That might help some of the more knowledgeable people here to give you a rough idea. From what you've written, it's probably worth more than the Barbican pencil sketches. How much more would depend on quality and condition, obviously.

    #10351

    eastender
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    I now have .jpg image. How do I get it on here so you can see.Or if anyone wants to see it then put your email on here and I can email it direct.

    #10352

    sartre
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    I now have .jpg image. How do I get it on here so you can see.Or if anyone wants to see it then put your email on here and I can email it direct.

    The easiest way is to go to an image-sharing site like http://tinypic.com. You upload your picture there and they give you a link that begins with img in square brackets [] and ends with /img in square brackets. You need to copy that link exactly and post it in a message here, and your picture should appear.If you need any help or further instructions, please ask.

    #10353

    sartre
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    Here's a sample image which I uploaded to tinypic just a minute ago.If you press the "Quote" button against this post you'll see how it's done:2n1cb3q.gif

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