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if these art canvases are from the same source as the canvases offered in honor of van gogh's birthday a few weeks ago, i would not recommend them. i'm currently in the process of returning the two canvases i bought because the images are quite blurry/out of focus. if you're about 25 feet away, they're fine, but my plans were to hang them in my living room and guest bedroom, and at standard viewing distances, the lack of clarity in a 32x48" piece is really obvious.
however, i will note that the colors of the canvases were very rich and vibrant, which was a pleasant surprise, and they were packed and shipped to arrive in pristine condition—a task that can be difficult with large and potentially fragile items.
(BTW, i have another van gogh canvas reproduction that i purchased a few years ago from an art sale to compare against the ones i received here, so my disapproval is not just a lack of experience with the difference between canvas images and prints.)
so wootchawootchawootchawant?! you're so funny with that money that you flaunt...
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I guy I knew in Santa Barbara owned a gallery.
An LA/Hollywood type came in and (of course) said, "I don't know much abnout art, but I know what I like."
The gallery owner asked the fellow what he liked, and when the guy finished, the gallery owner said, "You're right!
You don't know much about art!"
acpress.com Not cute, but useful.