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Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…

Originally Exhibited at the "International Women Painters, Sculptors, Gravers" Show at the Riverside Museum in New York, October 17. 1939 to January 14, 1940; confiscated by the US Government after Hungary declared war on the Unites States in 1941…
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