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George Platt Lynes
Mel Fillini in Frame #2 [Male Nude in Cartouche]

1954

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Mel Fillini in Frame #2 [Male Nude in Cartouche] 1954 George Platt Lynes studio stamp in black ink, verso Vintage gelatin silver print 5.625 x 9 inches (14.3 x 22.9 cm) Contact gallery for price. This work is offered by ClampArt in New York City.
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