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Jacquie Marie Vaux
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c.1990

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  • Panda
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  • Racoon
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    This artwork "Racoon" c.1990 is an offset lithograph by noted animals wildlife artist Jacquie Marie Vaux. It is hand signed and numbered 230/750 in ...
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    Late 20th Century American Realist Animal Prints

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  • Racoon
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    This artwork "Racoon" c.1990 is an offset lithograph by noted animals wildlife artist Jacquie Marie Vaux. It is hand signed and numbered 442/750 in ...
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    Late 20th Century American Realist Animal Prints

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  • The Water Jump of the Grand National of 1931
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    This artwork Titled " The Water Jump of the Grand National of 1931" is a photolithograph by renown artist Paul Desmond Brown, 1893-1958. It is hand signed in pencil by the artist. The image size is 9.5 x 17.75 inches, sheet size is 16 x 23.5 inches. It is in excellent condition. About the artist: Paul Brown was an American illustrator of equestrian subjects although he was never formally trained as an artist. He is primarily known for his paintings, drawings and sketches of horses...
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