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More DEMORS Silhouettes

We like DEMORS, as this artist did original works in the 20th century. Whoever she/he is/was never reproduced or faked any portraits. All are original works of modern art in imitation of 19th century works. So this artist's works are worth something, depending on how good they are.

I have no problem with people offering DEMORS for what they are. BUT when one offers them as genuine early 19th century works of art, it is NOT ok. This seller is so full of it, it makes me sick. AND this clown writes, "We did not research "Demors". That sounds so fishy to me. If this seller had simply googled it, he?/she? would have found lots of info on DEMORS on our blogs.

Seller writes:

RARE PAIR 19TH C WATERCOLOR AND GUILT SILHOUETTES OF A GENTLEMAN AND WOMAN

AN EXTREMELY RARE PAIR OF PROFILE WATERCOLOR PAINTED
 SILHOUETTE PICTURES OF A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE.  BLACK WATERCOLOR SILHOUETTES WITH GILT AND WHITE GAUCHE HIGHLIGHTS.  BOTH ARE SIGNED "DEMORS" AMERICAN, CIRCA 1830-1850 IN WHAT APPEARS TO BE THE ORIGINAL LEMON PAINTED PINE FRAMES.

A great side view profile of a gentleman with a cravet and a woman with a white painted collar.
Great detail to the paintings with ADDED GOLD HIGHLIGHTS. The Condition is EXTREMELY NICE. Wonderful original molded wooden frames that still retain its original lemon gold painted surfaces. The back papers are replaced and there is some foxing from an older oval border mat. The painting are in Near perfect condition. We did not research "Demors".

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