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Old 01-13-2018, 01:22 PM   #1
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...when you're looking for something else. My wife had me digging through the storage room looking for something and I came across these; forgot I even still had them. They haven't been hanging for years; need to find a spot for 'em. Just old calendar prints and the frames could use some love, but kinda nice...

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nice Phil

is the artist identified?

they do not look like Osthaus' work

i would guess Muss-Arnolt
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Rick,

You pegged the one on the lower left. Upper left and lower right are Henry Hintermeister. I can't read the one on the upper right; it's cut off by the mat which is permanently attached. It's kind of unique in that the image is raised in relief so it has some depth.
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I have a few old calendars with Hy Hintermeister prints. Very nice sort of "Americana" stuff and a lot like Rockwell in his themes. Many are humorous and all are nostalgic.

http://www.artnet.com/artists/henry-hy-hintermeister/






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The one on the upper right I have seen before, fairly sure that is Muss-Arnolt as well

I have an old Thomas Blinks image of setters that the dogs are embossed in, interesting look to it
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I've seen the setter print (the one on the lower right side) some place else, perhaps on a Winchester poster.
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Duh. Don't know how to delete.
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Here's one I may have posted here before. It is a print from a Hy Hintermeister painting and was given to me by my good friend, Edgar Spencer last year when he visited Kathy, Grace and me at my place on the lake in Maine...


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That's a neat calendar Dean !
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