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  • Credit Line: printmakers
Landscape
Mercedes Erixon
1934
69.256
Spokane Winter
Margaret Tomkins
1941
69.257
N.E. Minneapolis
Sydney Glen Fossum
1942
69.259
Suicide
George Alois Laisner
ca. 1944
69.291
August Seventh
Paul Landacre
1936
69.292
Pelican
Paul Landacre
1939
69.293
Siesta
Paul Landacre
ca. 1944
69.294
Rooftops
Armin Landeck
1946
69.295
Marble Head
Ella Fillmore Lillie
20th century
69.305
The Twisted Cedar
Helen A. Loggie
1932
69.307
The Wave and the Cliff
Roderick Fletcher Mead
1938
69.313
The Fiesta at Xochimilco
Roderick Fletcher Mead
1946
69.314
The Handy Pump
George Joseph Mess
1943
69.318
Forest Road
Thomas Willoughby Nason
1932
69.324
Ipswich Barn
Thomas Willoughby Nason
1930
69.325
Summer Storm
Thomas Willoughby Nason
1940
69.326
Edith Whittlesey Newton
1934
69.327
Edith Whittlesey Newton
1938
69.328
Kevin B. O'Callahan
1942
69.329
Hilltop
Roi Partridge
1926-1928
69.333
Market Place - Verona
Viola Patterson
ca. 1929-1931
69.334
Abstract Forms
Ruth Penington
ca. 1937
69.335
Still Life
Ruth Penington
1939
69.336
Back Doors, La Conner
Ruth Penington
1942
69.337
Desert Bird
Charles Cecil Pollock
1947
69.339
Look Down That Road
Charles Cecil Pollock
1935
69.340
Composition No. 1
Sidney Raynes
20th century
69.345
Spring in Gloucester
Sidney Raynes
20th century
69.346
The Hill Above 7th
Mildred L. Read
20th century
69.348
Romanza
Doel Reed
1942
69.349
River Country
Doel Reed
1943
69.350
Fish dock, Monterey
Helen Rhodes
1933
69.352
Mexican Street
Helen Rhodes
1938
69.353
Scallions
Luigi Rist
1946
69.354
Nude
Doris Rosenthal
20th century
69.356

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