Strange postcard. No idea what it's supposed to mean.
"Far from the Madding Crowd" is a Thomas Hardy novel. I'm not sure what the card is meant to depict unless it is symbolic.
Hmmmmm....I wonder if it references an episode within the novel? Thanks for the comment!
Do you have this post card? OMG i have been looking for this for years! A friend of mine had a painting and i loved it! I;ve looked every where for a copy, postcard, reproduction etc!!!
Hi Jay,Shoot, I wish I did have it so I could give it to you. This was on eBay around the time of the original posting. I don't remember the seller's id, but I do remember that it didn't sell. I would maybe keep the keyword phrase "A Little Study in Black & White" and search for it. It may come up again...Thanks,Joey
Hey there,I have a painting of this postcard titled "Little Study in Black and White." Up for sale, if anyone interested email me on firstname.lastname@example.orgCheers
I have a reproduction (Copy) of a little study in black and white" if you look exactly, you can find the name of the artist in the right corner of the wodden bed, something like Ralph Yarol 81.My e-mail: email@example.com
I have the painting in the original Numbered frame and the picture is also numbered. Does anyone know if it is worth any money!!!!
I just found a print (copy) of this when cleaning out my parents' home. They've both passed away and no one knows where this thing came from. Is it worth anything? Email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any information on this print. Thank you.
I have an original framed print and want to learn more about it. What's the background, what was it supposed to represent, any value etc.
I have a water damaged print of this and would like to replace it. Does anyone have one that they would like to part with?
We have a black and white one - does anyone know what it is worth
I have a framed pic of this ... in left hand lower corner it says "House of Art, NY". It was framed and given to my grandmother as a thank you for all she had done for the lady. It's dated Aug. 23, 1942.
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