The value of a painting by Edward Dyer would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be, which specific painting and condition.
Edward Munch did the painting "The Scream". It could be worth up to 81 million dollars.
Edward Garrison has written: 'Italian romanesque panel painting' 'Studies in the history of mediaeval italian painting'
Edward J. Duvall has written: 'Modern sign painting' -- subject(s): Sign painting
William Edward DeGarthe has written: 'Painting the sea, ships, sheds, seagulls' -- subject(s): Marine painting, Technique
Edward Norgate has written: 'Miniatura' -- subject(s): Miniature painting
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Edward B. Garrison has written: 'Italian Romanesque panel painting'
No, Edward Burne-Jones, the British artist, is not known to have done a painting of Joan of Arc. Jones was particularly known for his stained glass work.
A painting that Edward refers to as "the Waggoner" which is of London in the mid 1600's (note: a picture depicting London during Carlisle's human life).
Edward Hopper sold his first painting at an art exhibit in New York for $250.
Edward Boccia has written: 'No matter how good the light is' -- subject(s): Painting, Poetry
Edward Aldrich has written: 'Drawing and painting animals' -- subject(s): Wildlife art, Technique
Charles Edward Gauss has written: 'The aesthetic theories of French artists, 1855 to the present' -- subject(s): Painting, French, Aesthetics, French Painting, History, French Aesthetics
Edward Mitchell Bannister has written: 'Edward Mitchell Bannister, 1828-1901' -- subject(s): African American art, African American artists, African American painting, American Drawing, Biography, Exhibitions, Landscape drawing, Landscape painting
Edward Liddall Armitage has written: 'Stained glass' -- subject(s): Glass painting and staining
Edward Brandus has written: 'Catalogue of the collection of modern and ancient paintings belonging to Mr. Edward Brandus' -- subject(s): Painting, Private collections
Edward Gifford's 1974 painting "The Barn Cats" sold at auction on March 24th, 2007 for $80.
He has been a professional artist since he was 19.
You are possibly thinking of Edward Hopper's painting called Automat. It was painted in 1927, and features a woman alone at a table with a cup of coffee, presumably in an automat.
American Edward Jean Steichen, born in 1879, was most famous for being an American artist. Edward Steichen focused primarily on photography, painting, and other arts.
There are many places where you can find some information on Edward Young. The local library or internet is a great start.
Edward S. Ryan has written: 'The theology of crime and the paradox of freedom' -- subject(s): Crime, Freedom, Freemasonry, Liberty, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Crime, Religious aspects of Liberty