Sunday, July 17, 2011

How To Spot An Emily Dewbre-Young Work Of Art

Friends, neighbors and people we haven't met yet but look forward to becoming future friends with. :) It has come to our attention that some folks out there might have some of Eme's works and want to get in touch with her to see about collecting more or commissioning a new piece but may have trouble determining who they are looking for based on the signature on the piece. So, here's a post with most of the possible misreadings of her signature and an explanation of how to read a signed Emily Dewbre-Young piece of art for future reference.

If you have a painting or other artwork and the signature, usually in the lower right corner, looks like it may say Dewbre with a number and a paw print next to it then this is likely the artist you are looking for. The signature sometimes might seem to read as Dewbrey, Dewbry, Dewbres, Dewbreo, Dewbrell or Dewbree. The number will represent the year the original artwork was created. For example 10 for 2010, 11 for 2011 etc. If you have one that does not include the number and paw print it could very likely be one of her early works from the nineteen nineties.

Anyway, that's the gist of it so happy collecting! :)

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