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19th Century Pencil Drawing of French Soldier, Unsigned
Located in Atlanta, GA
19th century pencil drawing of French soldier, unsigned.
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Antique 19th Century Drawings

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Original Drawing Nude Woman, French Unsigned on Aged Paper
Located in Arles, FR
Original well drawn image of a nude woman reclining, obviously posing for the artist. Aged paper. Needs a nice frame. Good condition consistent with age and materials. Some slight ...
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20th Century French Drawings

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Mounted & Framed Circa 1900 Pencil Drawing of Armorial Over Sofa, Unsigned
Located in Atlanta, GA
Beautifully mounted & framed Circa 1900 pencil drawing of armorial over sofa, unsigned.
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Antique Early 1900s Drawings

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Early 20th Century French Figurative Charcoal Drawings of Nude Male, Unsigned
Located in Atlanta, GA
Pair of Late 19th-early 20th century French figurative charcoal drawings of nude male, unsigned.
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Early 20th Century French Drawings

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Original Pastel On Board Male Nude Unsigned
Located in Toledo, OH
Original pastel on board of a male nude. Framed in oak. From the estate of Michigan artist Russell Steinke.
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Vintage 1960s North American Modern Drawings

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  • Original Pastel On Board Male Nude Unsigned
  • Original Pastel On Board Male Nude Unsigned
  • Original Pastel On Board Male Nude Unsigned
  • Original Pastel On Board Male Nude Unsigned
H 32 in. W 21.5 in. D 1.5 in.
20th Century Engraving of Pekingese in Giltwood Frame, Unsigned
Located in Atlanta, GA
20th century engraving of Pekingese in giltwood frame, unsigned.
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20th Century Drawings

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19th Century English Hand-Colored Engraving of Shrew by Mark Catesby, Unsigned
By Mark Catesby
Located in Atlanta, GA
19th century English hand-colored engraving of shrew by Mark Catesby, unsigned.
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Antique 19th Century English Drawings

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Contemporary Arm Drawing Pastel Watercolor Unsigned
Located in Keego Harbor, MI
For your consideration is beautiful yet haunting contemporary pastel and watercolor depicting an arm wrapped in string by an unknown artist. This drawing was acquired from a cu...
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20th Century Paintings

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