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Oil On Canvas Signed R. Lindstrom

This is an oil painting signed R. Lindstrom set in brown tones of some fishing boats.It is 12x16,16x20 with frame.  It has an artistic interiors paper on the back, certification ## 375861. also on a small piece of canvas attached to the back it reads "Ryan Williams 3-5-84 Nielson/80". 

I found a similar painting on ebay and compared the signatures, they were the same. Also the stokes and painting style were the same as well. The ebay painting is listed for $7,000.00, I hardly think mine is worth more than $100.00. Also listed with the painting on ebay was this information:...

The painting is signed R. Lindstrom. The artist Rikard Lindstrom is listed in Davenports 2007/2008 Art Reference & Price Guide & Hislop's International Price Guide to Fine Art. This Swedish artist was born in 1882 & died in 1943. He is known for painting Landscapes, Beaches, Harbors, Fjords, Boats, Fisherman & Ducks.

Is this the same artist from the early 1900`s? I am unsure and would love your help in figuring this out and finding what my painting is actually worth.

Best Regards, Normie

Category: 
Paintings
Condition: 
Good
Medium / Material: 
oil on canvas
Distinguishing marks: 
R. Lindstrom
Period: 
early 1900`s?
Dimensions: 
12x16,16x20 with frame
Weight: 
History: 
I bought this at an estate sale a few years ago.
For Sale: 
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im sorry to ell you this but it is a replica, the original which sold in 2003 sold at auction for over 13,000 and is now kept in a museum. regards K. Vidok

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im sorry to tell you this but it is a replica, the original which sold in 2003 sold at auction for over us$13,000 and is now kept in a museum. regards K. Vidok

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Is there any detail that a mass producer would not know unless they have physically had an original in their hands? TDowis

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