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Barbara Stonecipher

Barbara Stonecipher studied art at the Indianapolis School of Art and Cranbrook Academy of Art. In the late 50s, living in Larkspur, California, she became a member of the San Francisco Artists Co-op and Marin Society of Artists.

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Barbara Stonecipher "Variations" Painting on Board
By Barbara Stonecipher
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Gouache on board titled: Variations. Painted by Barbara Stonecipher (1921-2011) who studied at Cranbrook and later became a member of the San Francisco Artists Co-op and Marin Societ...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Barbara Stonecipher

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Barbara Stonecipher (1921-2011) - Dated 1960 - Painting on Board
By Barbara Stonecipher
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Gouache on board. Painted by Barbara Stonecipher who studied at Cranbrook and later became a member of the San Francisco Artists Co-op and Marin Society of Artists. Signed and dated...
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1960s American Vintage Barbara Stonecipher

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