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Dong Kingman
Acapulco Beach Scene, Watercolor by Dong Kingman

1968

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Artist: Dong Moy Chu Kingman, Chinese/American (1911 - 2000) Title: Acapulco Beach Scene I Year: 1968 Medium: Watercolor, signed and dated l.r. Size: 10.5 x 18 on 13.5 x 20.5 inches Frame: 17 x 26 inches
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