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Orthodox Icon / St. George and the Dragon
Located in Dallas, TX
Intricately painted icon, St. George slaying the dragon, oil and gold leaf on board, red velvet matte, framed in gilt frame, dated on front 1867 März 20 (March 20, 1867) Measures...
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Antique 19th Century Greek Rococo Religious Items

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Velvet, Wood

Monumental Oil on Canvas Icon, St. George, Art Deco, Russian Order, Carved Frame
Located in Buffalo, NY
Most Unusual, Russian style, Art Deco. Icon depicting St. George slaying a dragon. Amazing detail, Very well executed. Tabernacle frame featuring carved angels with sterling silver h...
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Vintage 1930s Unknown Beaux Arts Paintings

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Multi-gemstone, Silver

Large Scale, Iconic Photograph of Ann Sheridan: George Hurrell 1938
By George Hurrell
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
This iconic photograph of the Hollywood actress Ann Sheridan was originally taken in the 1930's by George Hurrell the glamour portraitist, whose mesmerizing photographs filled the pa...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Modern Photography

Large-Scale, Iconic Photograph of Jean Harlow, George Hurrell, 1932
By George Hurrell
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
This iconic photograph of the Hollywood actress Jean Harlow was originally taken in the 1930's by George Hurrell the glamour portraitist, whose mesmerizing photographs filled the pag...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Modern Photography

Iconic American Photographer George Hurrell Photograph of Jean Harlow 1932
By George Hurrell
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
This iconic photograph of the Hollywood actress Jean Harlow was originally taken in the 1930's by George Hurrell the glamour portraitist, whose mesmerizing photographs filled the pag...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Photography

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Paper, Wood

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