The oil painting showed above is an extraordinary and legitimate eighteenth century "Woodman". Archival evidence indicates compostional similarities to Thomas Gainsbourough's now lost painting, The Woodman (1787-1788) visible by comparisson to Peter Simon's famed engraving. In order to retrieve the true light and colours of the painted composition the painting is currently housed at a prestigious Institute of Art in London, England, where it is being put under rigorous scientific & technical examinations followed by conservation treatment. It is without question that the high-level studies, together with the full appreciation of the cleaned and restored painting, will offer important insights that will markedly contribute in both clarifying underlying questions and add remarkable value to the historical legacy prompted by Gainsborough's life and Magnum Opus. Moreover, it's worthy to draw attention to the importance of this moment, and together keep track of the studies which may reveal the possible rediscovery of one of the most important English artworks of the 18th century, eliciting great return for investors. This project will be launched soon, join us to become a treasure hunter.
Out of respect for the Afro-descendant community, we are focusing on Africa to rescue black culture.
Vast collection of African artwork, coming from Angola, with very high intrinsic cultural and historical value. Its artistic importance and authenticity are proven. We are currently developing the market for such artwork, seeking the exact historical value, since there is plenty of room for increasing the economic appreciation of the art of the Chokwe culture. The crowdfund will soon be launched, get involved and be a talent finder yourself.