As with all art, the value is both intrinsic and dependent on the 'ask' and 'bid.' Much of the art stated to be from the mid 1940s was, in fact, created in the 1950s to meet the demand of American buyers so It is best to check with a reputable art appraisal firm before offering to purchase expensive artwork. Some of the 1950s art is quite good, often better than earlier works that have limited subject matter. Again, the value depends on the purchaser's taste. Generally, though, the kind of art work normally found from these eras is worth between $5 and $75 depending on condition. There should be some wear and fragility, for the paintings are a half century old or older. Few of the silk painting artist went on to great reknown although there are exceptions. Unless you are able to read Japanese 'hanko,' or signature seals, it is sometimes difficult to ascertain the artist's name. Again, reputable art appraisal firms are an absolute necessity for the truly valuable paintings. Most silk paintings are NOT valuable although they can be quite beautiful and worthy of purchase. Ukiyo-e, woodblock prints from the 1930s to 1950s by Hasui Kawase, Koitsu Tsuchiya, Yoshida Toshi and a few others are, generally, much more valuable and intrinsically more beautiful and aesthetically pleasing.
Many of the paintings are valued in price close to $50 each. The amount for each painting will depend upon the condition that it is in and how it is being displayed.
maby your looking for Robert Young and Fred MacMurry.
The first one, Shell No. One, was painted in 1928. She returned to this subject in the 30s and 40s.
Cool Jazz - .outsideshore.com/school/music/almanac/html/Jazz_Styles/Mainstream_Jazz/Cool_Jazz.htm
Weather in Istanbul this time of the year is around the 40s (F) - next few days is about the same except Friday which is around the high 30s I
The cartoon is probably from the 30s or 40s. There is a little boy in a music shop where all the instruments come alive at night and play jazz music. I can hear the songs so vividly in my head but I can not find a clip of it anywhere on the internet!
no, but he grew up during the japanese invasion of hong kong in the 40s
The Jade Peony is about Japanese living in Canada in the 1930s and 40s.
"There were no Starbucks in the 40s" is correct.
Average value is 3 cents, wheat penny's from the 40s & 50s are very common.
The plural of 40 is 40s (forties), as in the man was in his 40s; the Second World War took place in the first half of the 40s.
The value of the two final digits is in the 40s, so it rounds the number down to 800.
Did WHO pitch at Andrews AFB in the late 40s
1,000,000,000,000s = 16,666,666,666m, 40s = 277,777,777h, 40m, 40s = 11,574,074d, 1h, 40m, 40s = 31,688y, 32d, 1h, 40m, 40s So assuming all that math is correct, one trillion seconds is about 31,688 years.
Surrealism still flourished here and there. The new thing in the 40s was Abstract Expressionism.
6s2 + 40s - 60 = 2(3s2 + 20s - 30)