Lot 20    

Pair of 19th-Century Oval Portraits of Young Children
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
each oil on canvas
unsigned
each 7" x 9.25"


Condition:  
Both have been cleaned and over academy board. Minor craquelure developing.
Sold: $920.00
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