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  • in reply to: Nahem Shoa exhibition #6997

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    TOMTIT

    I think you will find that I have been consistent in defending any artists right to constructive and informed criticism. Also if you read my posts carefully, I think you will find I have defended Karen and Yana's work and abilities in my previous postings.

    Wrong again old love!

    Look, do me and other users of this site a favour TOMTIT and GET A LIFE!!! Every time someone posts something useful, positive and informed you post an inverse within 24 hours. You are a pain!

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    in reply to: Nahem Shoa exhibition #6995

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    All art is derivative TOMTIT.

    Perhaps it maybe fairer to actually see the work before making such a sweeping judgement.

    At least you can save the bus fare from Totnes to Plymouth now you have seen the brochure. It is wonderful of those nice people at the museum to produce brochures to demonstrate to connoisseurs of high art not to bother attending their shows. Even more importantly lesser people wont waste their time and money now you have pronounced.

    Oh dear, another promising artist's career will now probably bite the dust.

    Perhaps you should consider the consequences of being so damming in the future; your career as an art critic is surely reaching it's Zenith.

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    in reply to: Stolen paintings recovered #6993

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    This must be coming to court soon. Does anyone have any knowledge of when proceedings begin? Or have they begun?

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    in reply to: If you were a funding body … ? #7156

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    tomtit wrote:
    please get your grammar right.

    Right! TOMTIT ..........you are priceless.
    in reply to: The Burial of John Kynance #7190

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    If that’s the case, what a relief! What notes are you refering to Francis?And when will they be published?

    in reply to: If you were a funding body … ? #7153

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    stevegilmour wrote:
    ps has anyone thought what an apt name tom tit is? Whoops sorry, thought i was in the playground again being here

    Thank god someone else thinks this guy's lift doesn't go all the way to the top!

    But then I suppose every village (cyber or Totnes) has it's idiot.
    in reply to: If you were a funding body … ? #7137

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    TOMTIT

    I read what you wrote old love. Look, lets do a deal I wont post in response to anything you post if you agree to reciprocate.OK?

    TURNKEY

    I hear what you say. I am aware that Robert sometimes sold paintings and asked if he could "keep them" for various reasons. People trusted him and I suppose they have only themselves to blame, not the foundation really.

    It is sad but thats life,.....sadly.

    TOMTIT please don't post.......please!!!! I feel I am being stalked by you!!

    in reply to: If you were a funding body … ? #7134

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    TOMTIT

    look, it is obvious that you have no idea about how a will is executed, have you?

    If the executor is faced with a claim it is up to the claimant to prove title. It would not be possible for the executor to settle claims without proof of title.

    How could it be possibly cheaper to give things away than pay legal fees? In the case of paintings even a small one is £1500 a large one several thousands (maybe £20k to £50k for an important work). That's a lot of lawyers hours isn't it?

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    in reply to: The missing 10,000 paintings? #7164

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    I am not sure that Blind Tobit was a success. I think I am right in saying that Robert didn’t see the work until the actual exhibition. The only painting of any merit was the one on the brochure and that was flawed really. (leg was all wrong). I think he painted it quickly when he saw the pictures, that he never saw before the exhibition that is!!!!


    It was an interesting exercise but the work wasn't wonderful was it?


    Did anyone buy any of the pictures or were they all put into storage?

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    in reply to: Promoting the life and work of Robert Lenkiewicz #6633

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    It seems you have missed me TOMTIT. But before you say it………for all the wrong reasons no doubt.

    Good luck with getting your questions answered. Also, great detective work on the heritage bid of £32000. This doesn't seem nearly enough to save the legacy does it? I can only think that they must be doing some sort of holding operation. Perhaps buying some important pictures they have been offered. But Esther and Anna may be able to shed some light on this when you see them next.

    Regards

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    in reply to: Promoting the life and work of Robert Lenkiewicz #6631

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    They may not have answered Francis’s question because they may not have read it.

    After the rubbish that has been posted on here in the past, this wouldn't surprise me.

    Perhaps Francis or Tomtit could redirect the questions directly to the Foundation and let us all know of any reply.

    in reply to: Cap’n Jasper artist to restore Lenkiewicz mural #7066

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    petegang wrote:
    It’s completely obvious to anyone with half a brain that try as they might none of Robert’s students have the technical skill or experience to even attempt a restoration.

    This is rubbish. many of Roberts students are established artists with the requisite skills.

    Your comments about Mr Parsonage are also potentially libellous. I hope he tracks you down and persues you.

    When is this kind of stuff going to stop on here?
    in reply to: Cap’n Jasper artist to restore Lenkiewicz mural #7063

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    CLAPTRAP

    in reply to: Cap’n Jasper artist to restore Lenkiewicz mural #7061

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    AGREED

    in reply to: Cap’n Jasper artist to restore Lenkiewicz mural #7055

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    TOMTIT

    I apologise about my suggestion for your nome-de-plume.On reflection I think being named after such a delightful animal with such a tiny brain may be fitting?

    Spare us your twaddle in future. You have a tendency towards scorn and critisicm. All of it usually misinformed. You were totally wrong about Fisher McKenzie for one.


    Do you really think that Yana, Wolfe or Louise Courtnell would even be remotely interested? I think not!

    To have the temerity to say what others may think is idiotic.

    Imagine if the mural was removed because an expert says it is beyond restoration. If there were a competition; all I said was it would be wonderful if it were replaced by a mural painted by one of those I mentioned. If it were some other artist fine.

    Let's have something constructive and worthwhile reading from you next time.

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