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2 watercolor studies for 1 title.
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Douglas Gorsline was born May 24, 1913, in Rochester, NY, and died
June 25(some say 26th), 1985, in Dijon, France. He followed a career as artist,
illustrator, and writer. He received numerous awards for his work, and was the
first American artist to receive an invitation from the People's Republic of
China to visit that country and paint whatever he wished.
Biographical Source: Something About the
Author , vols. 11, 43
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The collection contains 2 watercolor studies for 1 title.
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Note New York: Windmill and Dutton, 1975
(2 p.) Box MC1551