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Nude by Arnulf De Bouche circa 1920. Oil Painting
Located in Uppingham, GB
Beautiful 20's Nude Oil by Arnulf De Bouche Signed by the artist, housed in a good ornate gold leaf frame. Arnulf de Bouché (born July 6, 1872 in Munich, † March 25, 1945 in Langkam...
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1920s Other Art Style Figurative Paintings

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Oil

Colombina - Large Impressionist Belle Epoque Oil painting of Semi Nude Girl
Located in Gerrards Cross, GB
‘Colombina’ by Arnulf de Bouché (1872-1945). This large fine oil on canvas depicting a semi-naked young woman playing with a figurine of Harlequin is signed by the artist and hangs i...
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Early 20th Century Impressionist Figurative Paintings

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Oil

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