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EDWARD HENRY POTTHAST (1857-1927)

 
EDWARD HENRY POTTHAST - Rocky Pasture - oil on board - 12 x 16 in. EDWARD HENRY POTTHAST - Rocky Pasture - oil on board - 12 x 16 in. EDWARD HENRY POTTHAST - Rocky Pasture - oil on board - 12 x 16 in. EDWARD HENRY POTTHAST - Rocky Pasture - oil on board - 12 x 16 in. EDWARD HENRY POTTHAST - Rocky Pasture - oil on board - 12 x 16 in. EDWARD HENRY POTTHAST - Rocky Pasture - oil on board - 12 x 16 in. EDWARD HENRY POTTHAST - Rocky Pasture - oil on board - 12 x 16 in. EDWARD HENRY POTTHAST - Rocky Pasture - oil on board - 12 x 16 in. EDWARD HENRY POTTHAST - Rocky Pasture - oil on board - 12 x 16 in. EDWARD HENRY POTTHAST - Rocky Pasture - oil on board - 12 x 16 in.
Rocky Pasturecirca 190012 x 16 in. oil on board
Literature
Chapellier Galleries, Edward Henry Potthast 1857-1927, illustrated, pl. 44.

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