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Re: Doolittle calendar

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Betty Bowen (
Wed, 24 Feb 1999 09:44:33 -0600

Doolittle's images are reproduced and marketed by "Greenwich Workshop".
Framers & galleries (the kind that sell reproductions) who distribute for
Greenwich very often will note it in their yellow page ads.
They should be able to show you a catalog for ordering the full price range
of her stuff, but they have to make a "minimum" for a special order, so some
might pass along an additional fee the wholesaler charges for ordering below
the minimum, so it's worth asking.
I don't really know if Doolittle specifically has a calendar, that was just
an example. I should think there would be posters- use that word when you
ask - it ONLY means there is text on it, like across the bottom - and it's
probably on lighter paper.
Remember that many of these salespeople think these products really are
"limited edition original prints", so they get a little confused about what
to call authentic artist-made prints - often just calling them "graphics".
(some states are getting legal definitions for those terms -I don't know

Framing "art buyer's" market is a real trip & a half for a studio artist.