Helen Van Wyk
The value of a painting depends on several factors including, size, medium, subject matter, and degree of execution. In addition to these factors, the provenance of the work and who the artist was can affect a paintings value immensely. Finally, for the best DIY indication of value search the Internet for other works by Ingeborg Slezak that are similar subject and size - remember, you want to determine value according to the prices her work is selling for, not asking prices.
They sound similar. They have completely different meanings, though, so it kind of depends on exactly what you mean by "similar."
himitsu no akuma-chan is pretty similar
I have a similar question. I have a painting purchased by my parents in the mid 1950's in Munich. It is a landscape and signed F. Winter.... did Fritz Winter paint any landscapes?
It is very similar to Australian artist Alexander McKenzie, google images of his art work maybe.
The Arctic .
Similar to North West Ontario, Canada
Very similar to any shield volcano
No, he did not. Look at a Modigliani painting! Look at a Monet painting! You can see they are not similar.
A painting with similar color schemes and subject matter is referred to analogous
It is similar to Cubism. That is what he was trying to imitate.
In painting it used similar to oil paint.
I really dont know but go to google and find out
The landscape of Delaware Colony is similar to what it is today. It includes Atlantic Coals Plains, flat lowlands and swampland. It also had land suited to farming.