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I am seeking information on Fried Paj (sp?), an artist who created pastels for Paramount Studios in its heyday. I have two of his pastels bought approximately 25 years ago. They are of Paulette Goddard and Joan Fontaine and are quite beautiful. I have no idea of their value, insurance or otherwise. I would appreciate any help anyone can provide.
-- Dana Rissland (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 23, 2001
HELLO MISS RISSLAND,
I HAVE ONE TOO AND IT'S TWO DANCERS (BALLERINES).DID YOU HAVE AN ANSWER IF IT HAS A VALUE?
THANKS A LOT,
-- ANDRÉ (ANDREW) HÉBERT (email@example.com), May 31, 2002.
I have a rather large picture of a woman,rather a coquette,in what appears to be a street scene.I have no idea of it's value.I was told that the artist is oftentimes called paj fried.
-- judith karel (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 06, 2002.
I have 2 of his paintings that my grandmother inherited from her father and I'm interested in finding out what kind of value they might have also I would like to find out more about Fried's work so if anyone has any other information about him I would appreciate it.
-- Melaine Tucker (email@example.com), January 19, 2003.
I just bought two works, which I believe are by the same artist can anyone tell me if the the last letter in the last name of the signiture is like a long L compared to the rest of the letters... The paintings are copies and are both of a woman sitting with a parasol. Just trying to see if I could find out more about the artist of the work I have. Thanks
-- Alissa Beth (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 19, 2003.
Whoever sent me the message questioning whether it was, in fact, an "L" on the end of Fried Paj(l)'s name -- it is, and there is a lot of information available -- under that name, of course. I can't believe I've been looking in the wrong place all this time! Good luck to you all -- let me know what you find out.
-- Dana Rissland (email@example.com), January 20, 2003.