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George Leslie Hunter
Fruit and Flowers on a Draped Table

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George Leslie Hunter Fruit and Flowers on a Draped Table
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George Leslie Hunter Fruit and Flowers on a Draped Table


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George Leslie Hunter

Scottish Painter, 1877-1931  Related Paintings of George Leslie Hunter :. | The Cafe,Cassis | Still Life with Fruit and Marigolds in a Chinese Vase | Houseboats,Balloch | Reflections,Balloch | Sunrise over Fife Harbour |
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