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Re: art prints

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Rick (rlarson)
Wed, 03 Nov 1999 19:31:36 -0500

I subscribed to Art and Antiques and got alot of visual out of there, along
with info. I think its about 30.oo a year.

Julie Brady wrote:

> I am looking for an inexpensive source for buying large art prints. I use
> a lot of art history when I teach my elementary students, but it is very
> frustrating trying to study a work out of a book or from a out of date
> calendar I found on sale. I have a few poster size prints, but my
> collection is very small. Every where I look they seem to run from $20 -
> $30 each (with the exception of the typical Monets and Reniors that can be
> found anywhere). Help!!!
> Thanks!
> Julie