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Krista Augustina Nemethy“Northwest”
Oil on board Paddle wheeler "DC", signed lower right "Krista Augustina Nemethy" (of the famed Nemethy family of painters 20th c.) Overall with gold leaf frame 22 1/2 x 28 in Titled "Northwest" verso. Circa 2005
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