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    what is this drawing????

    I got it from my grandma when i was 11 cause i liked it so much, she said that its an original 86 / 87

    But im not sure what its called or who made it.

    Do you?

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    There appears to be a signature just under the Deer.

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    Weird style of art. It's just like a man looking through his glass window.

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    I don't know who made it, or what it's called, but it absolutely looks like the kind of picture I would have loved to have gotten from my grandmother when I was 11.

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    Does 86/87 refer to the year it was made, or an edition of prints? You can make original lithography prints that would look similar. Or a soft ground etching. But, it seems more like a brush painting. The name seems to be below the deer as IKV said. Other than that, I can't help. Probably not a famous artist, but if it makes you happy, it doesn't have to be.

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    Love the style. I think it is beautifully done. I'm not fond of the subject matter (I dont really like nature), but the crafstmanship appears to be quite up to par. A sweet gift for sure!

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    Maybe you could remove the picture from the frame, sometimes artists tend to sign on the backside if it's print edition.

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    Anyone notice the feather on the deer? This picture is a represintaion of the womans inner spirit. She sees herself as the deer freely roaming in the mountains.

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