Robert Ryman, Untitled, 1958; casein, colored pencil, and charcoal on paper, 9 3/8 × 9 3/8 inches, Whitney Museum of American Art
For those of you who think where we sign is less important that what we're signing, you know what's coming. "The main signifier," says Wood, "still needs to be the quality of the art itself."
Possibly the most famous folk artist ever: Grandma Moses, The Pond
Finally there's the issue of watermarking an image to prevent cyber misuse. I'd show you an image or two, but they're copyrighted so I can't. But I think we can all agree that if the watermark interferes with the viewing of the image—and some do—then it's too large. I understand that you don't want people to steal your image, but you want viewers to be able to see it.