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ROBERT FRAME

 
ROBERT FRAME - Still Life on Green Table - oil on canvas - 30 x 40 in. ROBERT FRAME - Still Life on Green Table - oil on canvas - 30 x 40 in. ROBERT FRAME - Still Life on Green Table - oil on canvas - 30 x 40 in. ROBERT FRAME - Still Life on Green Table - oil on canvas - 30 x 40 in. ROBERT FRAME - Still Life on Green Table - oil on canvas - 30 x 40 in. ROBERT FRAME - Still Life on Green Table - oil on canvas - 30 x 40 in. ROBERT FRAME - Still Life on Green Table - oil on canvas - 30 x 40 in. ROBERT FRAME - Still Life on Green Table - oil on canvas - 30 x 40 in. ROBERT FRAME - Still Life on Green Table - oil on canvas - 30 x 40 in.
Still Life on Green Table30 x 40 in. oil on canvas
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Private Collection, Carlsbad, California

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