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Workshop of artist Joseph Wallace King, 1963.

Workshop of artist Joseph Wallace King, 1963.

Workshop of artist Joseph Wallace King, 1963. King was also known as Vinciata.

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  1. Vinciata, Painted my Great Uncle “Bill Crump”the Painting is in a Museum in Paris.the painting was on the cover of the pamplet advertising LaRevue Moderne in Paris,art exhibit in 12-1958.I am looking for any and all information I can get on my Uncle and the painting,would love to get a Print from this pic.he had a “Ballad” The Ballad of Bill Crump” recorded in the 70s about his Furniture(of which there is pieces in the Smithsonian” thanks for any help

  2. I know the painting you are talking about one of his daughters – ,Nellie Crump Wallace, was my grandmother. We have a copy of it as well as the name. Please feel free to email me for further information.

  3. I have been to painting of broken silence it is on the canvas and sign and it doesn’t look or feel like a print I was wondering who I can contact I would like to sell it.

  4. Hi. I have a painting signed by Vinciate. I think it’s ” Girl of Valdarno ” but the frame is different.

  5. I have this painting and would like more info and value thank you. M Robinson

    http://www.vinciata.net/_Media/msscoll038_fortheyknow_box7.jpg

  6. Hello. I am trying to find information on the Swamp Girl painting. I have a framed oil (possible oiliograph?) on canvas. The painting itself is roughly 28″ x 22″. There is a Vinciata signature on the bottom left corner. The painting appears to be varnished and is therefore difficult to tell if there are brush strokes. This painting belonged to my late boyfriends father, who had told his son that this was a valuable painting which he had purchased in the early ’60s. It was handed down to my boyfriend about 14 years ago when his father passed away. I can’t seem to find out much at all about the painting. Any info about it would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you,
    Candice

  7. I have a SWAMP GIRL painting from the late 60’s that is 28″ x 22″ signed in bottom left corner by Vineiata. It is framed and is in excellent condition. I have always loved this painting, but not much information on the web! Is this a rare painting! Please help. Thanks Michael Robertson

  8. I’d like to know if I have original paintings.

  9. We have 4 Artist’s Proof that we are interested in selling. 1. Her First Arrangement, 2. The New Discovery, 3. Queen Elizabeth II and 4. Unbroken Silence. All have been hanging, framed and behind glass for YEARS!

  10. I have broken silence I think it is a print and was wondering its value its signed in the lower left corner Vinciata! It is matted and framed behind glass a beautiful painting

  11. I have a sketch on a relatively small piece of paper with a handwritten note from JWK/ Vinciata to a woman named Ann. Below the note, which says “To: Ann, best of everything” he signed it with his full name and then Vinciata, he sketched a building of some sort, likely a church, on top of a hill. The paper is maybe 5″ wide and 7″ tall, has an old piece of tape across the top where no writing is, and the whole is framed by a rather old worn frame. I contacted his wife and she confirmed that it was, in fact, his writing but had no idea what I should do with it. Any ideas?

  12. I have an artists sketch of Vinciati “Early Morning” – signed and framed. Any value?

  13. I have an OIL PAINTING of a Blonde Gal..with a village behind her…She`s exposed from the Breast Portion ONLY…Signed Jude 1981…Gonna hang it on the wall.Are therE ANY BOOKS WITH HIS WORKS HE`S DONE?

  14. I have 4 prints. I’m looking for a value on them. One is Jesus Christ, with his hands reaching out. Mother Mary holding baby Jesus. The other two are Christ with children. And the final is Christ baptizing children. They are all in very good shape and quite old. Paper looks old, but I’m not sure if its canvas(?). They are all very moving and drawing you in with there depth! Thank you, Terri

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