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    This is where we can share art that has pipes and/or tobacco in it.

    For reference, the original thread is here:
    http://pipesmagazine.com/forums/topic/pipes-in-art

    I had to close it so it will fall off and stop breaking the layout.

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    If you don't want me posting everyday or compiling the largest collection of pipe art on the web I'll be happy to stop. They'll look just as good as a screen saver on my computer. The sharing was for the forum members. I'm sorry if I failed at that.

    Tobacco's a musician.And in a pipe delighteth;It descends in a close,Through the organ of the nose, With a relish that inviteth.
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    ed,

    don't stop!

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    I don't think Kevin was wanting you to stop. Actually, please keep going. I enjoyed checking out the progress occasionally.

    Michael
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    Don't stop.

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    Thanks for the support guys. I'm glad the collection brings you some pleasure. My stupid a** doesn't really understand the reasoning behind the closure. I truly respect the time, effort and money that Kevin puts into this site and I owe a ton of gratitude to what it has added to my life at a time I really, really needed it. I don't want to screw up his vision for the site. I've posted twice a day, every day, for almost two years now and have no idea if this is too much, too little, or even if the person who runs the site wants it there at all. It has taken a lot of time and work but has been extremely enjoyable, not just the pipe art but all the art I go through to get the pipe ones. I'm not yet tired of the pipe art or cats art or horses art or landscapes or naked women (I'll don't think I'll ever get tired of those).
    I'll make my regular post today but I know it's not my site and need to know what Kevin really wants before I can continue past today.

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    Ed, I'm pretty sure that if a single thread gets to be a certain size it starts negatively affecting how the overall site performs. When I was involved in the Box Pass Threads a while back they would periodically close the old 20-something page thread and open a new thread for us to continue on. That appears to be the case here. That Kevin would start the continuation thread for you makes me believe that he supports what you are doing. I for one appreciate the collection that you've amassed. Keep up the good work!

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    Thanks Eric.

    Jerome Howes (b. 1955) – still life

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    Georges Lachenal Chevalet – still life – 1873

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    Please don't stop, I used to check that thread all the time and it is very interesting indeed.

    Javan
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    Please don't stop

    Agreed, a nice break from bashing Aros and Peterson pipes.

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    I read Kevin's action purely as admin. needing to keep all threads within a certain size (measured in Megabytes, not sheer number of posts.)

    I, for one among many, truly appreciate your fabulous contribution of pipes in art. Is this a totally manual search, or can you get help from Google image search?

    I know that you believe you understood what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
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    Thanks, everybody. I'm back posting and am glad you enjoy the thread.

    jpmcwjr - Google image searches stopped in the first few pages. After that I have visited many museums around the world online and mostly now I mine auction house catalogs. I would really like to see some art work with pipes of some of our forum members who are professional artists. I don't want to call any out but you know who you are.

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    I love looking at the art you've amassed here, edgreen. Some wonderful finds here. Keep it up.

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    Louis Latapie (1891-1972) – man with pipe

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    1811 French plate

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    Louis Latapie (1891-1972) – self portrait

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    Jpmcwr is correct. And after 30+ pages, members dont check as to what has already been posted and duplicate previous submissions.

    Al

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    I read Kevin's action purely as admin.
    +1000! Ed, love your posts, please do not quit!...

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    Louis Latapie (1891-1972) – self portrait 2

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    Most Excellent Mr. edgreen... PUHLEASE keep at it!! I have superENJOYED your work since page 1!!! I was also thinking what a great picture book all these would be, collected together. I'd buy it!!! (I'm sure all manner of art, business, legal, rights, etc etc etc would be insurmountable hemorrhoids to the production of the same... but I've collected my favorite images from your collections here, and run them as wall-paper, screen-saver, slide-show and what have you, and enjoy them all every single time I do so.) Pipes In Art is one of the things that makes this forum a huge class-act and a joy to frequent! Thank you!

    “Deep peace of the running wave to you.
 Deep peace of the flowing air to you.
 Deep peace of the quiet earth to you.
 Deep peace of the shining stars to you.
    Deep peace of the infinite peace to you." - Fiona Macleod
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    J. Maisner – Cossack on horseback – 1913

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    George Flegel (1566-1638) – still life

    Jan Jansz van de Velde (1620-1662) – still life

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    I feel obliged to inform you that the posts for the next week or so are all from the Hermitage in St. Petersburg. I wouln't want to get on Mr. Putin's s*** list.

    mid 18th cent Russian – figure of a Turk

    Russian plate from the 1820’s

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    Cephalus (1670-1746) – card game

    Jost Cornelisz Droochsloot (1586-1666) – self portrait

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    I don't consider my illustrations art but here's a pipe I drew a few days ago.

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    That's really nice grue. Thanks for sharing.

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    Dingeman van der Hagen (1615-1680) – card players

    Maggioto (1713-1794) – quarrel of gamblers

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    Ed, I'm loving the pictures!.

    Grue, please add more...

    "I don't know half of you half as well as I should like, and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve."
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    Thanks guys, here are a couple more pipe ones.

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    My father bought this in Oberamergau Germany in the early 1970's (wood carving capital of Europe) and the matching Bavarian farmers wife. They sit on my pipe cabinet.

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    That carving is amazing. My father was a carver and I wish I would have thought to ask for a pipe smoker before he had to stop carving.

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    Hendrick-Joseph Dillens – scene in a tavern – 1852

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    Jacques Smeyers – peasants at the table – 1702

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    Just like to say thankyou for showing us all some lovely art on here, well done for keeping at it! I'm sure it's appreciated by most, if not all.

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    Jan Baptist Lambrechts (1680-1740) – at the roadside hotel

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    Gerard Terborch (1617-1681) – the old violinist

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    Richard Brakenburgh – peasants dancing – 1690’s - far right

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    Jan Steen – tavern scene – 1670 – man in front of fireplace - dead center

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    Herman Saftleven – kitchen scene – 1635

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    Quiringh Gerritsz van Brekelenkam (1620-1668) –peasant holding an empty mug

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    Isak Koedijck (1616-1671) – reveler

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    Georg Gillis van Haanen – night fair – 1870 – far right

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    Love what you have done and are doing. It's like visual history lessons!

    "I yam what I yam."
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    Ferdinand de Braekeleer –bird has flown – 1859

    Jean Baptiste Madou (1796-1877) – Study – guy, behind news reader

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    Horace Vernet – self portrait – 1835

    Willem Duyster – soldiers by a fireplace – 1633

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    Horace Vernet – self portrait – 1835

    Willem Duyster – soldiers by a fireplace – 1633

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    Dutch school – hunter – 1900

    Jacques Pijnenborg (1882-1964) – still life

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    Mihail Chemiakin (b. 1943) – carnival at St. Petersburg XV

    Cor Noltee (1903-1967) – self portrait

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    Claude (Claudine) Raguet Hirst – a corner of grandpa’s study – 1895

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    I was in Cleveland over the weekend to help my daughter move. My wife and I had a free evening Friday and went to the Cleveland Museum of Art... a magnificent institution and collection!! I was able to personally stand 2 or 3' away from these paintings and was allowed to photograph them, as long as I didn't use flash. I am delighted to make a tiny contribution to this fine thread!!

    And Cafe Terrace by Pierre Bonnard, 1898:

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    And I have no idea why the pics came out so small!! They looked "normal" on this end. Sorry.

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    Vydai Brenner Nandor (1903-1944) – portrait of a man with a pipe

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    unknown German – guy with a mug and a pipe

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    Carl Heuser (1827-1892) – a fine smoke

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    David Haddon (1884-1914) – a fisherman and a companion

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    test

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    I was not aware this thread existed. Can I just say, I think it is great ! I am really enjoying the paintings and would also like to have them all as a screensaver. Edgreen, keep on ! Thanks !

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    Rudolf Possin – Frisian farmhouse kitchen – 1900

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    Rudolf Possin – Frisian farmhouse kitchen – 1900

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    Heinrich Weber (1843-1913) – Grand portrait of a farmer

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    B. Funke – mid 20th cent – farmer with a Loden hat

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    mid century New Hampshire nostalgic still life – from around 1970

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    unknown early 20th century – Dutch couple in courtyard

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    Andreas Bone’ – mid 20th cent – evening hours

    Andreas Bone’ – mid 20th cent. – farmer with a pipe

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    Hans Hubers – mid 20th cent.- farmer with horse

    Hans Hubers – farmer with two horses – 1950

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    I don't know why my posts are doubling.

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    Giuseppe Bernardino Bison (1762-1844) – a village feast – guy, sitting on far right foreground

    Giuseppe Bernardino Bison (1762-1844) – a rider and other figures – guy to left, chatting up girl

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    A.L. Grace (1867-1949) – old shipmates

    Ary de Vois (1631-1680) - the mendicant musicians

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    John Haskins (b.1938) - a summertime village -guy at table with porkpie hat

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