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Re: seeking Art Replicator / Forger - odd request
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It is suppose to be a 'Jackson Pollock'


Do you know any house painters from who you could borrow a drop cloth?


Better yet, find a 2 year old and give them some fingerpaint. Here's one of my daughter's, I'l license it to you for a reasonable fee. Powerful, huh?

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I'd check to see if Cecilia Gimenez is available.




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It is suppose to be a 'Jackson Pollock'


Do you know any house painters from who you could borrow a drop cloth?

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It is suppose to be a 'Jackson Pollock'


Ok, I take it back about time consuming craftsmanship!! I was thinking more like a Rembrandt.

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If you have an example, go to Ebay- there are artists from China that are turning out replica's for next to nothing.

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Thanks Brewster,
We may have to follow that suggestion - but the painting is sort of a center piece to the show, and as you know - our audience sits really close to the action. We were hoping to get something that was realistic, but yes - budget is a concern.

It is suppose to be a 'Jackson Pollock' - so maybe a local artist
can simulate the style.

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Note: not looking to do anything illegal...ha! Just needing a prop
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I cannot imagine paying an artist for a time consuming repro is cost effective for the typical shoestring local theater company. Have you considered acquiring a digital image and having 20x30 photoprints made? At <$20 a pop you can tile them to make a big image if need be.

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Correction La Roveres' Tel: 201-659-0662

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Ok, so this is admittedly an odd request...

Several years ago I read an article (maybe NY Times or New York Magazine), about someone working with a Jersey City based artist that would 're-create' or 'create in the style of' old masters or famous artists.

If memory serves, the artist was located in the PowerHouse arts district - maybe at the Morgan Lofts.

For the life of me, I can't remember who this was, or even where I read the article.

Does anybody else remember this or have the link to the article or even know of a local artist that does this? Any help appreciated.

Note: not looking to do anything illegal...ha! Just needing a prop
for an upcoming play.
Clay

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