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Vincent Robbins


Untitled (From Art and Technology)

Gelatin silver prints, ink, and graphite on paper
32.5 x 24 x 0.75 in.
Gift of the Kathryn C. Wanlass Foundation

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    - Seagrass in Australia, c1999.
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