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Author Topic: Please help identify this glassware - ID = Hineri, Japan.  (Read 4077 times)

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Offline kwqd

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Re: Please help identify this glassware - ID = Hineri, Japan.
« Reply #10 on: August 07, 2020, 12:50:44 PM »
Enjoy! I no longer collect paintings as I ran out of wall space years ago. I started that site maybe 15 years ago. If I see a painting that needs rescuing and is not too large, I will occasionally pick one up, Don't think I've done that since 2018... I keep the site up as a resource for others. I still frequently get emails from various types of people... There is no glass on that site, just paintings, sculptures, etc.
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Re: Please help identify this glassware - ID = Hineri, Japan.
« Reply #11 on: August 07, 2020, 01:01:01 PM »
 :) Painting is a huge field. We'd rather an original by an unknown artist than any print , and we ought to be supporting contemporary artists anyway.  ;D
My partner and I have different ideas about wall space. I seem to think we have a lot more than he does.
Galleries display them in more than one line around a room, don't they?
It's a really wonderful resource you have created there. It's going to keep me entertained for ages. :-*
Cheers, Sue (M)

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Re: Please help identify this glassware - ID = Hineri, Japan.
« Reply #12 on: August 07, 2020, 03:54:51 PM »
I am OK with limited edition prints, hand pulled by the artist, signed and numbered, also monotypes, etc., and have a few.

I use the salon style approach to displaying artwork and have ten foot ceilings in my Victorian home, so have floor to ceiling artwork and wall to wall, about 900 of my 2000+ painting collection are on display at all times. Each to his or her own aesthetic, though.

I never suffer from a lack of things to look at and am constantly rediscovering my collection. I took a quick look for some images of my house but couldn't find any. I will post some later, if I find them...
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Re: Please help identify this glassware - ID = Hineri, Japan.
« Reply #13 on: August 07, 2020, 04:34:58 PM »
We'll be cafe-d soon. And we can't post pics there. Our house is victorian too - and came with picture rails. Himself decided that means one layer only. ::)
It's his house, I don't get a vote. I just chose it, furnished it and designed everything in it. ;D
I loved your story about the Welsh painting and your probable ancestor smuggling his lady-love out in a chest... what a romantic tale, but I'll bet it was one of fear at the time.
Cheers, Sue (M)

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