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The following photographs were taken by Joseph Kiley of Katonah Image, Katonah New York on January 13, 2004.

Joseph recognized the following as by a Chinese artist named Aaron.  The size of this frame is 32 x 44 inches, and each of the above is 18 x 22 inches.  I have noticed that Aaron has a similar painting on exhibit at the West Art store.  I also received in the mail a brochure for an art show featuring a similar original painting which is assume is also by him.

From the West Art store, I purchased below painting for $70; frame size is 19.5 x 16.5 inches.

And, as you already know, this landscape I purchased for $135; frame size is 23.5 x 27.75 inches.


From the West Art store, I also purchased this photograph for $35.00; frame size 26.5 x 14 inches.

This painting below, if you will recall, was a gift to my parents.  I don't know who the artist is; frame size 23 x 18.5 inches.


Tuesday October 21, 2003

I placed the one with the lighter background on the left because I remembered Filomena of Lord & Taylor explaining to me Left-to-Right/Light-to-Dark.  I have decided to call it After-and-Before.  Before the poisoning, I was reasonably healthy, but had asthma misunderstood as a psychological disorder, and an undetected thyroid condition.  All of that has changed as I emerge as healthy as the time I met Terri.  The following photos were taken by me, which is why the detail is missing.



As you can easily guess, the wholesale value of the frames are at least $165.

While I am on the subject of paintings, I should also mention that before I was born, a friend of my parents gave them a painting s/he created.  I have always enjoyed it.


This older painting was originally above the piano, keeping my grandfather company.  And the reproduction of the sketch of Old Jerusalem, which also pre-dates me, was originally above the desk.  But the colors of the older painting competed with the set.  So I had to switch the older with the sketch.

Above that is not the $15 telephone I once complained about buying even though it was made in China.  A customer returned this in brand new condition without a receipt.  He insisted he bought it one week earlier and paid $100.  I checked the price history in front of him.  It was at this price one year earlier.  I gave him a merchandise credit for the latest price of $23.50, and I bought it.

Below is my more recent purchase of September 15, 2004; frame size 27 x 34.5 inches.  The photos were taken on October 07th by Joseph Kiley in front of his store, Katonah Image located in Katonah, New York.








M. Aaron