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#19 Severin Roesen – Still Life with Flowers, Fruit and Bird’s Nest

Aug

09

“Love the colors – very vibrant. The dew drops on the flowers and fruit look so real I always want to dry the painting.” – anonymous

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#20 Joseph Jeffers Dodge – Dancing Pears II

Aug

02

“I like the realism and attention to detail, and the simplicity and balance of the composition. It focuses attention on things we don’t often notice every day.” – anonymous

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#21 Edmund William Greacen – Brooklyn Bridge, East River

Jul

26

“One of the best memories I have is of walking across the Brooklyn Bridge the day before moving to Jacksonville and the painting will always remind me of the fun my family and I had in my last day in New York.” – Tricia Lord, 20

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#22 William Zorach – Spirit of the Dance

Jul

19

“I love its form and boldness. It is powerful!” – anonymous

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#23 Gustave Leonard De Jonghe – The Japanese Fan

Jul

12

“I have been in this position with my bird, I can totally relate to this painting.” – anonymous

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#24 Joseph Rodefer De Camp – The Red Kimono

Jul

05

“Striking red and detailed silk against dreary day outside draws your focus to her pensive thoughts.” – anonymous

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