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Artist: Acle, Rosa
Culture: Brazilian
Title: Norte (North)
Date: 1938
Medium: Oil on paperboard
Dimensions: overall: 39 in. x 27 in. (99.1 cm x 68.6 cm)
Object Type: Paintings

Credit Line: Museum purchase, The Mary Clothier Slade Fund
Object No.: 2006.179

Location: On View

Rights: Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. Copyright laws.

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