I bought this at a local resale shop ( Upscale Resale) for a very good price here in Columbia. My Lady was a high priced painting however I loved her
I have a gallery wall as you walk in my living room where all my paintings are hanging , My sheep painting is to the right from my new ole man painting
Then I showed my little girl I found at a resale shop in St Louis once
I know they all aren't from the same era but what matters is I like them
My daughter is on her way back to Portland Oregon today so I am back to work and trying to catch up on my entertainment my blog LOL and wanting to add a few more little items to my etsy shop
linky parties I joined in this week
Your gallery is full of some really beautiful paintings....I like them too. I think my favorite is the little girl with the dog.ReplyDelete
They look like they are from the same era...could have fooled me! I think they are gorgeous! Great buy!ReplyDelete
Hi Janice, You are so funny! Yes, you should say the man is the young gals father! You have some pretty paintings.ReplyDelete
Did you go to Betty's sale this past weekend? I did but did not buy anything. What I went for was not what I wanted.
Well, I think your collections are very well currated and I hope you daughter didn't edit them too severely!!ReplyDelete
I love those paintings. The woman is so pretty!ReplyDelete
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger
You have god taste when it comes to vintage paintings.ReplyDelete
Those are all very nice pictures- I think they all go together very nicely! Your blog name is cute!ReplyDelete
Wow what a beautiful collection, my fav is the young lady she is beautiful ;)ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful weekend~
Yes, that would be her father! Maybe a suitorfor this lovely young woman will show up one day when you least expect it! Loved the little girl paint too!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful collection. All your pieces just work together so nicely. Love the little girl and her dog too.ReplyDelete
Thank you for stopping by and your kind comment.
Have a great weekend.
Lovely paintings, if only they could talk, the stories that they could tell at least we know what the sheep would say. Ha!ReplyDelete
The raven haired woman is a stunner.
I love the pictures, but I think that is her Great Uncle...lol!ReplyDelete
What lovely paintings to have in your home!ReplyDelete
Hoping this week-end finds you filled with peace...alot of joy..and some coziness..ReplyDelete
I enjoyed seeing the paintings that you have in your home. I thought it looked like the man was the girl's grandfather. But when I came to the painting of the little girl and her dog, I was smitten. Look at the way the artist caught the expression of love on the little dog's face. It made me smile.ReplyDelete
Love your paintings! Thanx for sharing them at THT.ReplyDelete
Beautiful painting and they look really nice next to each other. Love the bright colors in the girl painting.ReplyDelete
Janice, I love your "new" old man! My "old" old man just celebrated his 75th birthday. The only difference between our old men? Bob wouldn't get away with that beard.ReplyDelete
That is a lovely painting and I Looooove your wall color. xoGinger
Love that Richard quote...too funny! Beautiful paintings...loved each one. So much character in the face of your man in new painting.ReplyDelete