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CHARLES HERBERT WOODBURY - Beach Scene with Umbrella - oil on board - 12 x 17 in. CHARLES HERBERT WOODBURY - Beach Scene with Umbrella - oil on board - 12 x 17 in. CHARLES HERBERT WOODBURY - Beach Scene with Umbrella - oil on board - 12 x 17 in. CHARLES HERBERT WOODBURY - Beach Scene with Umbrella - oil on board - 12 x 17 in. CHARLES HERBERT WOODBURY - Beach Scene with Umbrella - oil on board - 12 x 17 in. CHARLES HERBERT WOODBURY - Beach Scene with Umbrella - oil on board - 12 x 17 in. CHARLES HERBERT WOODBURY - Beach Scene with Umbrella - oil on board - 12 x 17 in. CHARLES HERBERT WOODBURY - Beach Scene with Umbrella - oil on board - 12 x 17 in. CHARLES HERBERT WOODBURY - Beach Scene with Umbrella - oil on board - 12 x 17 in.
Beach Scene with Umbrella191412 x 17 in. oil on board
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