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Stephen Scott YoungThe Captain's Lady
This meticulously rendered work depicts a three-quarter view of a young woman lost in deep introspection. Inscribed on verso: " The Captain's Lady" Leslie of ____________ St. Agustine, Florisa SS Young, 1987 Framed with glass to an overall size of 30.5 x 29 in.
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