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Artist: Diane Baldwin
Victorian Home Watercolor Landscape
By Diane Baldwin
Located in Soquel, CA
A place where lives have been well-lived is conveyed in this watercolor painting of a Victorian home by Diane Baldwin (American, 20th century). Signed "...
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1970s American Impressionist Diane Baldwin Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

Vibrant Basilica Cityscape
By Diane Baldwin
Located in Soquel, CA
A bold and colorful cityscape of an urban Basilica by artist Diane Baldwin (American, 20th century). Signed "Baldwin" lower right. Unframed. Image, 22"H ...
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1970s American Impressionist Diane Baldwin Art

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Paper, Watercolor

Home and Garden Landscape
By Diane Baldwin
Located in Soquel, CA
A vintage home and garden in bloom is beautifully captured in this watercolor by Monterey Bay Artist artist Diane Baldwin (American, 20th century). Signe...
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1970s American Impressionist Diane Baldwin Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

San Francisco Cathedral Landscape Watercolor -- Saint Ignatius Church
By Diane Baldwin
Located in Soquel, CA
A bold and colorful cityscape watercolor of an urban Basilica, the great Saint Ignatius Church of San Francisco, with its impressive architecture captur...
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1970s American Impressionist Diane Baldwin Art

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Watercolor, Paper

Vintage Watercolor Landscape -- The Workshop
By Diane Baldwin
Located in Soquel, CA
A colorful vintage industrial outdoor scene in watercolor by artist Diane Baldwin (American, 20th century). Signed "Baldwin" lower right. Unframed. Image...
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1970s American Impressionist Diane Baldwin Art

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Paper, Watercolor

Gold Rush Town Western Landscape
By Diane Baldwin
Located in Soquel, CA
Charming, vibrant watercolor painting of a small California gold rush town by Diane Baldwin (American, 20th Century), 1970. Signed "Baldwin" lower right....
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1970s American Impressionist Diane Baldwin Art

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Laid Paper, Watercolor

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