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Old June 4th 09, 01:59 PM posted to rec.collecting.stamps.discuss
rodney
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Default Art on stamps.

Behind this rather spacy, moody pastel "view of the zoo"
by Fermin Eguia, an Argentinian, lies a very bizarre and
captivating artist.
http://cjoint.com/data/geo1ZweHmL.htm
It's a pity wiki has nothing on him, I find him strangely captivating
apart from a few small images on the web, and a Youtube
I think Victor should devote a page to him



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Old June 5th 09, 10:13 AM posted to rec.collecting.stamps.discuss
Victor Manta
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Default The Colors of Sistine Madonna. Was: Art on stamps.

"rodney" wrote in message
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Behind this rather spacy, moody pastel "view of the zoo"
by Fermin Eguia, an Argentinian, lies a very bizarre and
captivating artist.
http://cjoint.com/data/geo1ZweHmL.htm
It's a pity wiki has nothing on him, I find him strangely captivating
apart from a few small images on the web, and a Youtube
I think Victor should devote a page to him


A book about this artist can be found on eBay: FERMÍN EGUÍA. Obras 1965-2005
(Paperback) by Laura. Malosetti Costa (Author)

After having found his work of art named "Pintura" (1974):

http://www.flickr.com/photos/maudbue...es/1873453333/

I have decided to not follow your advice, Rodney. I suppose that you will
agree with me on this :-)

May I propose you instead my latest Art on Stamps page, named The Colors of
Sistine Madonna:

http://www.artonstamps.org/Countries...ine-colors.htm

I hope that you like this classical painter too, even if you may disagree
with some of my comments on the discussed New Caledonia stamp.

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Old June 5th 09, 12:33 PM posted to rec.collecting.stamps.discuss
Blair[_2_]
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Default The Colors of Sistine Madonna. Was: Art on stamps.

On Jun 5, 5:13*am, "Victor Manta" wrote:
"rodney" wrote in message

...

Behind this rather spacy, moody pastel "view of the zoo"
by Fermin Eguia, an Argentinian, lies a very bizarre and
captivating artist.
http://cjoint.com/data/geo1ZweHmL.htm
It's a pity wiki has nothing on him, I find him strangely captivating
apart from a few small images on the web, and a Youtube
I think Victor should devote a page to him


A book about this artist can be found on eBay: FERMÍN EGUÍA. Obras 1965-2005
(Paperback) by Laura. Malosetti Costa (Author)

After having found his work of art named "Pintura" (1974):

http://www.flickr.com/photos/maudbue...es/1873453333/

I have decided to not follow your advice, Rodney. I suppose that you will
agree with me on this :-)

May I propose you instead my latest Art on Stamps page, named The Colors of
Sistine Madonna:

http://www.artonstamps.org/Countries...ine-Madonna/si...

I hope that you like this classical painter too, even if you may disagree
with some of my comments on the discussed New Caledonia stamp.

--
Victor Manta

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Philatelic Webmasters Organization:http://pwmo.org/
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WOW! A souvenir sheet for Ralphael's 500th Birthday.
I knew that he was the OLD one, but not THAT old.

8*)

Blair
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Old June 5th 09, 01:00 PM posted to rec.collecting.stamps.discuss
rodney
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Default The Colors of Sistine Madonna. Was: Art on stamps.


I hope that you like this classical painter too, even if you may disagree
with some of my comments on the discussed New Caledonia stamp.
Victor Manta


No, I would agree. The Barbuda stamp is the best.
No matter how talented the old masters were, they all struggled with babies
imho.
Raphael's here, is the best I have seen, though a tad large.




 




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