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Knud Sinding

Knud Sinding, Kitchen Interior With Mother & Child, Oil Painting
Located in Cheltenham, GB
This charming early-20th-century oil painting by Danish artist Knud Sinding (1898-1947) depicts a
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1910s Impressionist Interior Paintings

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Knud Sinding, Pastoral Scene With Shepherd, Oil Painting
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Knud Sinding, Kitchen Interior With Mother & Child, Oil Painting
Located in Cheltenham, GB
This charming early-20th-century oil painting by Danish artist Knud Sinding (1898-1947) depicts a
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Oil, Canvas

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