Something to treasure forever. May your father in law rest in peace.
Lou, that's nice stuff and if you can come up with the money, you should have them framed in simple black or gray frames with an acid free mat. I would start with pieces that are signed. He had a good eye for detail and as I said, it is nice work.
Wow, how cool.
he was a gifted artist!
That is such a beautiful thing to have in the family! And there are more? Keep them safe.
Those sketches are a wonderful family treasure.
Definitely a family treasure. What a talented artist. My reader is the same way. If I post in the afternoon, I get it in my inbox late in the evening.
What a talented artist. A genuine treasure to keep in his memory. As for Google, who knows. It marked all of my Reader as read yesterday. I was not happy. (Hugs)Indigo
That is a beautiful piece. Thank you for sharing it.
Jientje: Thank you, Jientje.Moneythoughts: We are taking steps to preserve his work.Audubon Ron: Yeah, ain't it?Shadow: He was that - and so much more.Nan: Yes, there are more and yes, we are keeping them safe.Tara R: Yes, they are and we are keeping them safe.Momisodes: I wonder why. I've never seen so big a delay before.Indigo: Darn Reader!!Joyce-Anne: Yeah, it is one of the best of his sketches.
Hi there! Is this your main blog? You've been so wonderful visiting me and commenting I'd like to start reading your blog too!
I wholeheartedly agree that you should get them framed, that is a beautiful drawing.
That is a wonderful family treasure.I am really enjoying the variety in your blog lately with the stories, pics & sketches. Thank you for sharing it all with us.
What a beautiful heirloom. He must have been very talented.
A little heartsong for Annie.
That is a beautiful picture. Wow.
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