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Sunlight through the trees, Impressionist watercolour by Sir George Clausen
By Sir George Clausen
Located in Harkstead, GB
Sir George Clausen (1852-1944) Sunlight through the trees, Signed, Watercolour, 10 x 12 inches A beautiful study of the play of light through the trees in very good condition. Geor...
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Early 20th Century Impressionist Sir George Clausen Art

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Watercolor, Paper

Study of Trees with a Gate in the Foreground by SIR GEORGE CLAUSEN - Landscape
By Sir George Clausen
Located in London, GB
Study of Trees with a Gate in the Foreground by GEORGE CLAUSEN (1852-1944) Pastel on paper 17.1 x 23 cm (6 3/4 x 9 inches) Signed lower right G Clausen Provenance Julian Hartnoll, ...
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Early 20th Century Impressionist Sir George Clausen Art

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Pastel

Sunset
By Sir George Clausen
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
An original signed pastel drawing on wove paper by British artist Sir George Clausen (1852-1944), titled "Sunset", c. 1939. Hand signed by Clausen lower right. Beautifully framed wit...
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1930s Impressionist Sir George Clausen Art

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Pastel

Lifting an Inner Tube.
By Sir George Clausen
Located in Storrs, CT
25 x 20 1/2. Series: "Making Guns" published by the Stationary Office as part of the series, The Great War: Britain's Efforts and Ideals. Edition 200. A fine impression pri...
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Early 20th Century Modern Sir George Clausen Art

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Lithograph

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