The paintings on this poster are made by Easy Watercolor, a company based in North Carolina.
They were made by Van Gogh, an artist who had a hand in creating some of the world’s most iconic works, and by artist James Baldwin, who also designed some of their posters.
But it’s a very different kind of work.
Easy Watercolors posters are often for art, but they are also an advertisement for the brand.
They are designed to help people find the right product.
“It is a kind of advertising campaign, but it’s not necessarily a very big one,” said Easy WaterColor founder and CEO Mark Zug.
“We don’t make much of a profit on them.”
The posters are available in a wide range of sizes and colors, from black and white to vibrant colors, and can be personalized to the user.
EasyWaterColor sells prints of its posters for as little as $2 and posters in all other colors for as much as $20.
“When you go to Walmart, they have a bunch of posters for the Christmas season,” Zug said.
“And you have to spend a lot of money to get one that’s going to sell, but you don’t have to buy a bunch.”
EasyWaterColors is one of several companies to be sued for deceptive advertising by artists and others who allege they have been duped into buying goods from their own work.
In January, the U.S. Justice Department announced a $1.9 billion settlement with four companies that had advertised on websites like Craigslist, Gumtree, and eBay for paintings, posters, and other objects that were misrepresented to be originals of works by other artists.
In the settlement, the companies were also required to pay $250 million in penalties.
The companies have been ordered to pay out $2.5 billion in penalties to the artists and $1 billion to the U:S.
The settlement was made possible through the work of a class action lawsuit brought by artists who claimed they were misled by companies like EasyWatercolors.
The case involved two artists, David W. Smith and Peter O. Sargent.
Smith sued EasyWaterWaterColor in October 2016 for misrepresenting his works to buyers on Craigslist and eBay, and he was ordered to forfeit $2 million.
Smith is a nationally recognized artist, with more than 2,000 works on display at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History.
His paintings are available online.
Smith’s work was not listed as a potential poster on EasyWaterwaterColors.com.
The company was also sued in July 2017 for allegedly misleading artists with a billboard ad.
In that case, EasyWatercolor also denied any wrongdoing, but the companies settled.
The posters featured in this story were created by EasyWater Color and were produced in partnership with the company, Zug told Politico.
“These are all things that are made for advertising,” Zuk said.
The ads also were created with the help of a third party, and they were not paid for.
In a statement, Easy WaterColors acknowledged that the posters are not actually art.
“The posters are simply for sale, but we are proud of them,” the company said.
In addition to the ads, the company sells prints and poster inserts of its work.
Zug has been featured in numerous advertisements, including one by Coca-Cola.
The advertisements are designed for artists who are interested in creating posters, which are intended to help their clients find the products they want.
“I think it’s an extremely valuable service to artists, but I don’t know what they want,” said Zug, who has worked with artists who sell posters.
“Artists have been getting screwed in this business for a long time.
I’m not really a believer in artists getting screwed.”
For artists, buying posters is just one of the many avenues they can take to create work.
“You can sell posters, you can sell prints, you could even sell digital art,” said Andrew Ries, a freelance artist who runs the online art blog Artful Art.
“All of these things are completely unregulated.”
The artists involved in the art world say that when they have found an artist to make their posters, it’s been a quick process.
They have been paid, and then they’ve taken their work to print.
“This is the same way as in advertising, where you can pay somebody to do something for you,” said James C. O’Brien, an art dealer and the president of the American Art Publishers Association.
“What we’re seeing in the commercial marketplace is a shift from a marketplace of sellers and buyers, which was once a fairly centralized place, to an increasingly decentralized place.”
The Artful Arts trade association, a trade group that represents the trade in art, says it has no data on how many artists are selling posters.
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