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  1. I have inherited an original painting of a mountain lion signed Elmer Lewis which I have learned is one of the names R.A. Fox painted under. I’m curious to know the value.

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      How cool, Heather! I enjoy the decorative value of these pieces, but honestly am not in the field of valuing antiques. Probably poking around the internet is going to be your best bet, or going to antiques roadshow;) I would think the fact yours is an original would give it more value. But it is sometimes hard to get to the right person to talk to. Good luck!

  2. Teresa Brionea says:

    I recently bought 2 of his framed art in AZ,at an estate sale. The man had inherited numerous antiques from an aunt who passed away. He didn’t know the value of any of her treasures, but were possibly dates back into the 1920’s. Are they worth any excess amount of $. One only,has a label in the back. It is called The Land Where the Shamrock Grows. It has 1929 written in ink. Thank you for your help

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      I honestly am not sure, Teresa. I love them more for their decor value for myself. You could check on Ebay and see what his prints are going for. Unless it’s an original painting, I wouldn’t guess “excess” amounts. I am definitely not an expert on value; decorative value is where it’s at for me:)

  3. Thanks, Fonda. I guess true art’s beauty can be enjoyed whether one knows the real artist or not! Thanks for commenting.

  4. Fonda Rush says:

    I understand why you collected that kind of art. It’s so peaceful and calm. It’s too bad you can’t identify what is Fox’s and what isn’t, but what you have shown here are all lovely and seem to have been painted by the same hand.