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Reed pen and Black ink Drawing signature faded

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Mar 09, 2023 Mar 09, 2023

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I recently came along and found this drawing at a Goodwill. My mistake is at first I couldn't see a signature and two I was putting it into a different frame that will protect it when I notice on the computer when I scanned it I seen what looked like a faded signature, my mistake was that I had trimmed it up and I believe I cut over or top of the signature but before I cut it to frame it I noticed the signature faded in pencil. Here are the pictures and what I seen I'm trying to figure out a way how I can restore or read the signature I really have no experience or knowledge how to do it , any help would be appreciated or if you can tell me how I where I can get some help . It in the lower right bottom corner. Thank you 🙏 

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Community Expert , Mar 16, 2023 Mar 16, 2023

Don't expect Matisse 😉

 

This is the one-minute rapid sketch exercise, with live model, known by the French term croquis. All art students do this the first year of art school. I did hundreds of those back in the day.

 

And every once in a while you make a really good one, one that catches the essence of the model's pose. This is one. I would have kept that one, and maybe even signed it 😉

 

If you can't see a signature, it's not there. If there is a signature but it's faint and hard to read, y

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Mar 11, 2023 Mar 11, 2023

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what I seen I'm trying to figure out a way how I can restore or read the signature 

By @BigVic28696769sp75

 

Photoshop only has pixels, not signatures, and there is nothing in your image to retrieve. 

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Jane

 

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Mar 11, 2023 Mar 11, 2023

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I agree with @jane-e and wanted to add that that's a really nice drawing. A lucky find.
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Mar 16, 2023 Mar 16, 2023

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This is how I found it at a Goodwill . I like frame so pay for it, a few months later I was going to use the frame, when I open it the drawing was there behind the photo, wanted to say this so much like a Matisse drawing by without the signature, I wouldn't know how to get it verified . But thank you for looking at it.

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Don't expect Matisse 😉

 

This is the one-minute rapid sketch exercise, with live model, known by the French term croquis. All art students do this the first year of art school. I did hundreds of those back in the day.

 

And every once in a while you make a really good one, one that catches the essence of the model's pose. This is one. I would have kept that one, and maybe even signed it 😉

 

If you can't see a signature, it's not there. If there is a signature but it's faint and hard to read, you can sometimes bring out a little more in ultraviolet light (or sometimes infrared, but then you need a special camera and IR pass filters). It won't magically pop out, but it can be slightly easier to read.

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Here a drawing that also look a lot like Matisse and the I found in New Mexico last year , there few that look the same . My drawing is original ink and Reed pen . Around 1915 . What I was told. Also, thank you that's what I need to find as a special camera with the IR because you can see his signature but with the camera pictures you can't really bring it out hoping for the best other than that this is a beautiful drawing.

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