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Old 04-19-2018, 01:08 PM   #51
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The right hand print in the original post seems typical of a Rosseau. He seemed to have a penchant for depicting dogs in water.
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Old 04-19-2018, 04:13 PM   #52
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a Rosseau water scene
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Dean..Yes..that's the way I found it. It had thick layer of dust..and had obviously been there a while. I think that's why he met my price..
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Old 04-19-2018, 08:11 PM   #54
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Right Chris... I may need to rearrange some of mine, or rotate some off the wall to make room for some more recent acquisitions. .
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Those previous images are from a couple years ago, took some old prints and calendars that had been put away for a while and made a tight collage display in a spare room. Prints in image below, top left to right are, P. Rosseau, M. Arnolt, Osthaus, Osthaus, and T. Blinks. The two large angling calendars are part of the Humorous 1940-50's "Dave" Fishing series by Hy Hintermeister, and at center is the 52"x24" Dupont Powders 1899 & 1900 National Champ Setters by Osthaus... After 30+ years of collecting all things "Old Setter", many items here are now going to other collectors, even took a few Old Setters to the Vegas show this year as seen in the second image below... CSL
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Chris - I don't know if others are experiencing the same thing that I am but in neither your previous post nor this one can I see the images you included...





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Me neither.
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Old 04-19-2018, 11:16 PM   #57
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Chris - I don't know if others are experiencing the same thing that I am but in neither your previous post nor this one can I see the images you included... .
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The images on my two previous posts should be there now... My mistake. .... Thanks for the heads-up.

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Speaking of Hintermeister..I put this together a few years ago. Found a print shop in Florida that matched the paper..and the red is very close..
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Another Osthaus..The BOSS let me hang this one in "my" bathroom !
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