ART WORK

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ART WORK
Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, February 25, 2004 5:46 PM
I need help locating web site for rr art prints (literaly 100s) listed by roads.Have had no luck so far,thanks for help. Rilkey Bishop
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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, February 26, 2004 5:11 AM
www.jelsma.com all the way.
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Posted by ironhorseman on Thursday, February 26, 2004 3:01 PM
Aw, I thought this was going to be a discussion about the artwork, not just where you can find. Howard Fogg is by far my favorite. Thanks to dougal for the link which has some Howard Fogg prints. Incidently The Howard Fogg painting about the Santa Fe bicetennial loco passing in front of the static Santa Fe steam engine is the same scene at Ft. Madison, IA that the railcam at www.livetrains.com shows. I had seen this print in a restaurant for the longest time and never made the conncection until for some reason it started to look a little familer. I'd never seen Ft. Madison than through a railcam and it dawn on me the print was the same scene until I read the caption and put two and two together. All this time this painting was in a restaurant and all the time I'd been watching the railcam but never realized it was of the same place. Small world, huh?

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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, February 27, 2004 9:40 PM
I recently purchased a limited edition print called "Digging Out in Buffalo" by Larry Fisher. It shows Central Terminal in the late 40's after a 3 day lake effect snowfall. No Diesel, but steam locos of NYC, PRR, TH&B and CP.


Being originally from Buffalo, I took one look at it and I went WOW.


If you are interested, do a search on"larry fisher" and you will see this and other art he has done.

Regards, Jerry

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