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Offline antonymous

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Re: Your chance to put my sister out of her misery...
« Reply #15 on: 27 May, 2016, 05:05:59 PM »
I agree that there is no comparison of quality of work between Milinder Mulick and the author of your sister's pic, but this possibility of a amateurish copy leads down the path of it being even younger than Mr Mulick's work - which you completely discount (me too).
At least I have enjoyed browsing the Mulrick pictures - thanks.
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Re: Your chance to put my sister out of her misery...
« Reply #16 on: 27 May, 2016, 07:03:38 PM »
I agree that there is no comparison of quality of work between Milinder Mulick and the author of your sister's pic, but this possibility of a amateurish copy leads down the path of it being even younger than Mr Mulick's work - which you completely discount (me too).
At least I have enjoyed browsing the Mulrick pictures - thanks.

You are right, Ant. And, as you point out, I didn't think of it being the young Mr Mulick's youthful paintings. It is a definite possibility.  I shall make exactly that point when I take my sister through everybody's posts, which will be after dinner in about one and half to two hours time. It should've been earlier but, after a long car ride from Kent, her dog Bob needed a poo and then that lead to a conducted tour of every bliddy charity shop in Lewes and a swift beer or two and a pastrami sandwich in a handy pub and some protracted nattering with passing friends in a sunny pub garden. All told it's been a pretty fine day.  Art lessons resume at about 9 tonight.
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