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V Friedlander

Impressionist view of people in St. Marks Square in Venice
By Pam Masco
Located in Woodbury, CT
, Daphne du Maurier and V.S. Pritchett. She is listed in Who's Who in Art, UK and The Dictionary of

Early 2000s American Impressionist Figurative Paintings


Canvas, Oil

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How Much is a V Friedlander?

The price for a v friedlander in our collection starts at $300 and tops out at $50,000 with the average selling for $1,400.

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