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Hillside Cypress Trees, Monterey California Landscape
By Virginia Shackles
Located in Soquel, CA
A beautiful American Impressionist oil painting of two Cypress trees upon a hilltop in Monterey, California by Virginia Shackles (American, 1921-2020...
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Mid-20th Century American Impressionist Virginia Shackles Art

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Oil, Canvas

Boats At Sea, Mid Century Carmel California Coast Horizontal Seascape
By Virginia Shackles
Located in Soquel, CA
A gorgeous mid century landscape of boats sailing along the Monterey, California coastline by Virginia Shackles (American, 1921-2020). Boats on the w...
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Mid-20th Century American Impressionist Virginia Shackles Art

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Oil, Canvas

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