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Artist

federico cortese

Color

Black

Is Autographed

1

Item Dimensions

1180, hundredths-inches, 10, hundredths-inches, 1180, hundredths-inches

Media Type

oil

Product Group

Art

Size

11.8 x 11.8 x 0.1 in.

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