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TIMOTHY TOMPKINS (b. 1967)

 
TIMOTHY TOMPKINS - Jungle v.1 - commercial enamel on aluminum - 48 x 80 in. TIMOTHY TOMPKINS - Jungle v.1 - commercial enamel on aluminum - 48 x 80 in. TIMOTHY TOMPKINS - Jungle v.1 - commercial enamel on aluminum - 48 x 80 in.
Jungle v.1200948 x 80 in. commercial enamel on aluminum

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