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Art 101 - Drawing (Spring 2015): Print Resources

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Georges Seurat, Seated Nude- Study for 'Une Baignade', drawing, 1883, conte crayon on cream paper
Georges Seurat, Seated Nude- Study for 'Une Baignade', drawing, 1883, conte crayon on cream paper

 

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