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Framed: HEIGHT: 39in (99cm) WIDTH: 31in (79cm) DEPTH: 1in (3cm)
Oil on Canvas
Henry Clarence Pitz
Mid 20th Century
Expressionist framed painting in oil of an abstract face's, painted in 1964 by Peter Robert Keil.
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