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EARLY 20TH C. PRINTS

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EARLY 20TH C. PRINTS Two works of art: Georges Rouault (French, 1871-1958) ''Untitled,'' etching and aquatint (framed), 1928, signed and numbered 76/225, 17'' x 12'' (sight); George Overbury ''Pop'' Hart (American, 1868-1933) ''Chicken Vendor, Trinidad,'' drypoint and sandpaper, 1923, signed, 10'' x 7 1/8'' (sight). Provenance: Collection of the late Elliot Bartner, New Jersey.
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EARLY 20TH C. PRINTS

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Jan 24, 2009
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Lot 0416 Details

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EARLY 20TH C. PRINTS Two works of art: Georges Rouault (French, 1871-1958) ''Untitled,'' etching and aquatint (framed), 1928, signed and numbered 76/225, 17'' x 12'' (sight); George Overbury ''Pop'' Hart (American, 1868-1933) ''Chicken Vendor, Trinidad,'' drypoint and sandpaper, 1923, signed, 10'' x 7 1/8'' (sight). Provenance: Collection of the late Elliot Bartner, New Jersey.

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