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Pete Borutaby Bill (no login)
Pete Boruta was from Trenton, New Jersey and lived on Nottingham Way. He painted hundreds of clown oils on canvas. He was somewhat famous in the area and donated a lot of his paintings for various charity causes for fund raisers. I have seen values (prices paid) range from $59.00 to about $250.00. I would suggest to keep the paintings.
Mr. Boruta has passed on and numerous paintings of his were lost in a house fire of his home.
The potential value of the paintings are somewhat limited because of the painting topic. You have to be a clown fan and then an oil painting fan.
Most of Mr. Boruta's paintings are clearly marked in front on the painting and normally there is a sticker on the back with his address and other hand writings such as "original Pete Boruta painting."
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|Response Title||Author and Date|
|Pete Boruta--non-Clown paintings||Dennis Hawver on Sep 25|
|PAINTING||HARRIET CLEMENT on Jun 22|
|Non clown||Marcey on Mar 13|
|boruta clown painting||mark lidke on Oct 6|
|Pete boruta's clowns||carol brudon on Dec 10|
|Clown and other paintings||Marcey on Mar 13|
|personal painting||connie hillman on May 31|
|Pete boruta's clowns||Carol Brudon on Dec 10|
|Emmett Kelly clown Painting||Carol Brudon on Dec 10|
|Emmett Kelly Painting||Martha Gaines on Aug 22|
|Boruta painting on illustration board||Margaret A. Maxwell on Jun 26|
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