Party Girl 15 Oliveira

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Thu Jun 18, 2015 9:32 pm

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thriftypix
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Thu Jun 18, 2015 9:44 pm

Wow. Not a single comment? Well, let me add mine to start things off: Another gorgeous series of prints from Tim (at least the four that I've seen)! I love that in his work he often focuses on the stars and starlets from a bygone age: provocative and controversial subjects that most of the people on this board have never heard of or simply don't care about. That's not a criticism of the EB community, just an observation. And that the FQ (Flippability Quotient) on Tim's prints is low to non-existent suits me just fine. His work is always impeccable, his printing is beyond reproach and the deckle-edge papers he pulls on are luxurious. He's also a bang up guy who chooses to price his prints reasonably. Imagine that.

Oh, and did I mention? I really dig Diana Dors.
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Thu Jun 18, 2015 10:10 pm

thriftypix wrote:Wow. Not a single comment? Well, let me add mine to start things off: Another gorgeous series of prints from Tim (at least the four that I've seen)! I love that in his work he often focuses on the stars and starlets from a bygone age: provocative and controversial subjects that most of the people on this board have never heard of or simply don't care about. That's not a criticism of the EB community, just an observation. And that the FQ (Flippability Quotient) on Tim's prints is low to non-existent suits me just fine. His work is always impeccable, his printing is beyond reproach and the deckle-edge papers he pulls on are luxurious. He's also a bang up guy who chooses to price his prints reasonably. Imagine that.

Oh, and did I mention? I really dig Diana Dors.
You only waited 12 minutes.

That being said, I love his work.
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Fri Jun 19, 2015 12:01 am

Yes, this one is another quality piece by Tim. 3 of his hang in my hallway, with a couple more to be framed. Will add this one to the collection. Can't wait to see it up close. His colors are outstanding.
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thriftypix
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Fri Jun 19, 2015 4:53 am

samuraiwriter wrote:
You only waited 12 minutes.

That being said, I love his work.
It was that long? :wink:

Anyway, I really had no idea how long the print had been listed on EB when I posted my comments, just that it had been "revealed" on the internets hours before. Best of luck picking this one up, everybody!
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Fri Jun 19, 2015 8:20 am

Yeah, this one is pretty much a no brainier - this is really great on a lot of levels. I'm in... except #4 - that one is ugly as sin and nobody should try to buy that dog. :thumbdown:

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Fri Jun 19, 2015 11:40 am

Psych! #17 is where it's at... and it'll be on my wall. :clap:
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