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Painter in Front of a Wall 1945

by Paul Brill

Painter in Front of a Wall 1945 - Paul Brill
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Painter in Front of a Wall 1945 - Paul Brill

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English: "Painter in Front of a Wall 1945" oil on Canvas.
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Paul Brill

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