Image from page 136 of “Nearly three hundred valuable paintings of the American and foreign schools” (1917)
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Title: Nearly three hundred valuable paintings of the American and foreign schools
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: American Art Association
Subjects: Estate of Col. Henry O. Seixas Edward G. O’Reilly Frederic B. Thomason E.A. Gurnee Justus Morris, Jr Arthur M. Nowak Homer Lee Graham F. Blandy Irving T. Bush William H. Hulick Leon Mandel Mrs. Harold Thorne Messrs Nowak & Voron
Publisher: New York : American Art Association
Contributing Library: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
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Period of Kiiellei* School 150—PORTRAIT OF A CHILD Height, 31 inches; zcidtli, 221 o utcJus A THEEE-QUARTER-LEXGTH, life-size fioure of a little girl in full-face view, her brown hair falling about her face in curls andornamented with flowers, elaborately dressed in a frock ofwhitish-gray satin, with sleeves of blue and gold, trimmingsof lace, and wearing a necklace of pearls. By order of iin Executor. -^ -T-TV, ■^CW, tetr^-
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Early English School151—GIRL WITH APPLES Height, 39 inches; width, 28 inches A FULL-LENGTH, life-sizc, standing figure of a little girl, withgolden hair and blue eyes, in full-face view, dressed in high-waist white frock with blue sash; a basket of apples on her leftarm and holding an apple in the right hand. By order of an Executor.
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