Lot 251    

Still Life by Juliet Burdoin, Oil on Canvas
5/21/2011 -Spring Fine & Decorative Art
Juliet Burdoin (American, 1872-?), signed l.l. and housed in Arts & Crafts Frame; 35.25 x 35.25 in.

Condition:  
Small puncture hole l.l. Clean under blacklight.
Sold: $646.25
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