Portrait of a Young Woman
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Raphael SoyerPortrait of a Young Woman
This is a sweet and small fine example of a Raphael Soyer portrait with impeccable provenance. It is located in our New York City warehouse and can be viewed by appointment. It is Signed Lower Right – “Raphael Soyer”. This painting comes from a New York City Foundation that is liquidating it's inventory in 2019 originally acquired directly form the artist. In very good untouched condition.
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