Any info on artist Shirrell Graves?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Art Deco Society of Washington : One Thread
I was recently given a floral watercolour by Shirrell Graves and I am interested in finding out more information about the artist. Also,what is the best way to treat this watercolour for archival soundness? Thank you for your time.
-- Samantha Schell (email@example.com), April 08, 2003
I just bought 3 origionals (I think) at a garage sale in Berkeley for $10. each. They're lovely. Did you ever find out any information?
-- allison hatcher (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 05, 2003.
I bought 2 flamingo water colors at a Garage sale size 24 x30. I would like any info you might have.
-- Marylou Powers (email@example.com), August 10, 2003.
I also have purchased two 24x30 zebra watercolour/spray paintings by Shirrell Graves. I am also interested in this artist and their work and haven't been succesful in finding any information on it. A response would be nice! Thank-You Michael
-- Michael Lechinsky (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 25, 2003.
My cousin gave me an awesome original Graves black panther lurking on a branch....
I am going to obtain another Graves original, a funky but beautiful circus big-top scene with a clown and a zebra....
I am looking for more works by Graves.....
-- Josh Golden (email@example.com), August 29, 2003.
I own three graves originals. Just picked up one today. The little I know what I have found on the computer. Born 1884-1954. Moved from NY to san fran. Graves is lited in Hyghes and Davenports.
-- Kyle (Xercise2@hotmail.com), August 30, 2003.
I have two Shirrell Graves paintings or prints that are of a panther in a jungle setting and a zebra.They came from an Aunt's estate in California. Does anyone know what the worth of these paintings or prints are or to whom to contact to see if they are paintings or prints? I live in Arizona.
Donna Parr (firstname.lastname@example.org
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-- Donna Parr (email@example.com), April 20, 2004.
I have just inherited a watercolor of a black panther lying on a branch watching a colorful macaw. It is signed in pencil and numbered "1". I remember this painting as part of my childhood and now that I own it would like more information. Please.
-- Cindy Godbey (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 07, 2004.