Thursday, August 8, 2013
Yesterday, I came across an ad in the local classified paper, The Peddler, for a sale of a Clyde Gray oil painting. Although I would love to purchase this piece the $1500 dollar price tag is about two zeros out of my current price range. The painting is 24 x 48 which would make it very large for a Clyde Gray oil painting and, according to owner I spoke to, is dated 1959. I will hold on to the phone number and check back in a few weeks to find out the final price of the painting.
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This is a the most common size tile found for sale. 4 1/4 by 4 1/4 these can be bought at the Heritage Village in Woodville as well as occasionally on Ebay.
They are often found mounted directly onto a piece of stained wood or in a small frame with a cloth back. Barns, outhouses, old chairs are prevalent themes along with pine and dogwood trees. The price of these tiles can vary between ten and fifty dollars depending on the scene depicted and where it is being sold.
This is a label commonly found with pieces from Clyde Gray. It is about 2" wide by 4" tall and several of the tiles that I have purchased on Ebay have included this tag. Sometimes it is lightly adhered to the back of the mounting other times it is tucked behind some of the mounting.