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Wild Exuberance

Harold Weston"s Adirondack Art
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Syracuse University Press
History of art & design styles: from c 1900 -, Individual artists, Painting & paintings, Weston, Harold,, Art & Art Instruction, 1894-1972, Individual Artist, Art, In art, Exhibitions, History - General, Adirondack Mountains (
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ISBN 100815608098
ISBN 139780815608097

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