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Painter, Lithographer, b. 1911 - d. 2004

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          • John Snow, Sumner, lithograph 3/50
            Feb. 11, 2024

            John Snow, Sumner, lithograph 3/50

            Est: $200 - $300

            John Harold Thomas Snow was born in Vancouver in 1911. His family moved to England during WWI, there, Snow’s English relatives fostered in him an interest in art and music. The family returned to Olds, Alberta in 1919. In 1928, Snow took a job with the Royal Bank of Canada and began a distinguished banking career that would last 43 years. His career was only interrupted when he was called to service in WWII as a navigator in the Royal Canadian Air Force. When the war ended, and Snow returned home with a renewed interest in art, he signed up for a life drawing class with Maxwell Bates at the Provincial Institute of Technology. Bates and Snow became good friends and in 1953, they famously “rescued” two old lithographic presses with an old truck from the alley behind the Western Printing and Lithograph Company. Bates and Snow had no idea how to run the press, but by trial and error and reading books they mastered the machine. Soon both were creating artworks using the press. However, this lithography press would define Snow’s work for the rest of his life. Snow was deemed a mentor to new artists and helped usher Alberta into the modernist period along with Max Bates. Snow retired from the Royal Bank 1971, his works are still proudly displayed in the bank's head office in Montreal. Snow produced numerous exhibitions throughout Canada, the U.S., Japan, France, England, Chile, Mexico, Italy, Scotland, and Australia. He received the Alberta Order of Excellence on November 21, 1996. John Snow died peacefully on August 23, 2004 at the age of ninety-two, after several years of failing health.

            4th Meridian Fine Art
          • john deere blade and snow thrower attachments
            Jul. 27, 2023

            john deere blade and snow thrower attachments

            Est: -

            john deere blade and snow thrower attachments

            Don R. Wallick Auctions
          • JOHN SNOW - Leaves
            Mar. 19, 2023

            JOHN SNOW - Leaves

            Est: $250 - $300

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Leaves" - Limited edition lithograph, 18/26. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 20 x 14 inches (image), 23 x 17.5 inches (paper). Very good condition, minor handling marks noted.

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - Belpech
            Mar. 19, 2023

            JOHN SNOW - Belpech

            Est: $400 - $500

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Belpech" - Limited edition lithograph, 17/50. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 16 x 12 inches (image), 17.5 x 14 inches (paper). Excellent condition.

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - Valley Road
            Mar. 19, 2023

            JOHN SNOW - Valley Road

            Est: $600 - $850

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Valley Road" - Limited edition lithograph, 2/17. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 16 x 21.75 inches (image), 19.25 x 25.25 inches (paper). Very good condition, minor handling marks noted on edges.

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - Roadway
            Mar. 19, 2023

            JOHN SNOW - Roadway

            Est: $400 - $500

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Roadway" - Limited edition lithograph, 15/50. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 12 x 16.5 inches (image). Excellent condition.

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - Wire Gate
            Mar. 19, 2023

            JOHN SNOW - Wire Gate

            Est: $500 - $800

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Wire Gate" - Limited edition lithograph, 38/50. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 14 x 17.75 inches (image), 16 x 19.75 inches (paper). Very good condition, minor handling marks noted including a 0.75-cm stain on the bottom edge, well outside of the image area.

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - Landscape - Red Trees
            Oct. 16, 2022

            JOHN SNOW - Landscape - Red Trees

            Est: $300 - $400

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Landscape - Red Trees" - Limited edition lithograph, 12/14. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 14 x 18.25 inches (image), 15.2 x 19.75 inches (paper). Excellent condition. Very good condition, minor handling marks noted.

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - Seated Woman #2
            Oct. 16, 2022

            JOHN SNOW - Seated Woman #2

            Est: $350 - $500

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Seated Woman #2" - Limited edition lithograph, 3/3. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 18 x 14 inches (image), 20 x 17 inches (paper). Very good condition, minor handling marks noted.

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - Leaves
            Oct. 16, 2022

            JOHN SNOW - Leaves

            Est: $250 - $350

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Leaves" - Limited edition lithograph, 18/26. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 20 x 14 inches (image), 23 x 17.5 inches (paper). Very good condition, minor handling marks noted.

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • John Deere Front Mounted Snow Blower Attachment
            Aug. 29, 2022

            John Deere Front Mounted Snow Blower Attachment

            Est: -

            John Deere front mounted snow blower attachment w/frame for lawn tractor, pulleys and belts, adjustable shoot, approx. 40" width, serial #M03252X256004

            Robert H. Clinton & Company, Inc.
          • JOHN JONES WOLF IN SNOW PAINTING
            Jun. 25, 2022

            JOHN JONES WOLF IN SNOW PAINTING

            Est: $150 - $200

            25 3/8" by 31 3/8" framed. I don't remember a time when I wasn't playing with some kind of art. I think everyone has the innate ability to do masterworks. What sets an artist apart from the everyday person is just the interest factor. I have an intense interest in drawing, painting, and sculpting. I was born at Hobbs, New Mexico, in 1940. Hobbs was a fairly new oil boom town, moving into the modern world when World War II came along. My folks were raised in Oklahoma and Texas, and their folks were part of the homesteading and settling, and farming and ranching of the West. My grandfather, on my mothers side, homesteaded around Weed, New Mexico, when my mom was about 5 years old. World War I disrupted that, when granpas' brother had to go into the Army, leaving 'granpa' to prove up on two homesteads and watch out for both families. When he thought he was going to get called up too. He traded the homesteads for some mules and a wagon and moved both families back to Fort Worth. That is just a typical story of all of us raised in the west. Some of us lived in towns and some stayed on the farms and ranches. My dad worked as a cowboy, farmer, oil field worker, and sheet metal worker, and I don't know what all. He was in the Civilian Conservation Corps(CCC), and helped to plant wind rows and helped build a bridge and the trail in Grand Canyon. All I know is we moved a lot. My older brother was born in 1938 in Littlefield, Texas; my younger sister in Phoenix, Arizona; a younger brother in Albuquerque, New Mexico; and then another younger brother back in Hobbs. Some of my earliest memories are of making my toys out of clay. Then drawing all the time on what ever kind of paper I could get. I got hold of a roll of butcher paper when I was about 9, and remember drawing whole scenes right down the roll laid out on a cement floor. I remember making a lot of my own toys, whittling and carving them out of wood. I was sort of in different fantasy worlds, in that I made a lot of model airplanes and dressed in my western chaps and hat at the same time. And naturally I did adventure comic strips, especially when we were fighting the commies in Korea. The subject matter in my art was always varied, but the horse was always prominent. I 'dinked' with drawing and painting part time, as I discovered girls and cars, and sports and didn't know that a person could make a living doing artwork. After a stint in the Navy, I took a job with the Forest Service about 1970, and discovered Montana. I went in some Art Galleries in Kalispell, Montana, and saw that some guys were selling paintings. I said, "Heck, I can do that." So, I started doing paintings to sell, and started sculpting in wax. That started an adventure in Art, that continues today I learn from other Artists, books, TV shows, and anywhere that has something of interest. Mostly, I learn from trial and error. I think that masterpieces can be done in a closet, if that is the only space you have. But, I prefer to have a nice studio. I sometimes work on a series of paintings. Right now I am living in Lincoln, Nebraska, with my true Love, and have a nice studio. As I get a little older, I am having to narrow down my subject matter. I like the Old West Subjects best of all, but we aren't that far removed from the "Old West". So, I imagine that I will continue to do a mixture of old and new west, and anything with horses. I plan to do a series on the early longhorn cattle drives, and that may happen, if I can keep from straying too far. A few years ago, I went to Montana to do a series on the Longhorn, and wound up doing buffalo hunts and indians attacking stagecoaches. But, most everyone up there wanted me to do packer scenes, so I did a lot of packers and cowboys in slickers. I am using the Gray Ghost label because, some of my friends got to calling me the Gray Ghost when I would dissappear and reappear at different times and places. Actually, I was just looking for that perfect place to call home. A lot of the time I will hide out from the Rat Race and just paint. At the present time, this is the only place you will find my paintings. I am not working with any galleries right now. So, check back often to see new paintings. Allard Auction Collection Inv: ANTT 19435

            Davis Brothers Auction
          • JOHN SNOW - Nora
            Jun. 05, 2022

            JOHN SNOW - Nora

            Est: $150 - $250

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Nora" - Limited edition linocut, 8/40. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 9 x 7 inches (image); 11 x 9 inches (paper). Excellent condition (1/2 cm tear at the edge of the paper, far from the image area).

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - Blackfalds
            Jun. 05, 2022

            JOHN SNOW - Blackfalds

            Est: $320 - $400

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Blackfalds" - Limited edition lithograph, 33/50. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 26 x 18 inches (image); 28.5 x 21 inches (paper). Excellent condition.

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - Yellow Table
            Jun. 05, 2022

            JOHN SNOW - Yellow Table

            Est: $250 - $300

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Yellow Table" - Limited edition lithograph, 24/50. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 12 x 16 inches (image); 14 x 17.75 inches (paper). Excellent condition.

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - Rough Country
            Jun. 05, 2022

            JOHN SNOW - Rough Country

            Est: $250 - $300

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Rough Country" - Limited edition lithograph, 10/18. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 14 x 18 inches (image); 18 x 22 inches (paper). Excellent condition. Exhibition label verso “Canadian Watercolours, Drawings and Prints, 1964”. Illustrated as the cover of the book “Rough Country: The Strangely Familiar in Mid-20th Century Alberta Art”, 2016.

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • John Snow, linocut, "On Safari" n.d.
            Mar. 27, 2022

            John Snow, linocut, "On Safari" n.d.

            Est: $200 - $300

            John Snow, linocut, "On Safari". John Harold Thomas Snow was born in Vancouver in 1911. His family moved to England during WWI, there, Snow’s English relatives fostered in him an interest in art and music. The family returned to Olds, Alberta in 1919. In 1928, Snow took a job with the Royal Bank of Canada and began a distinguished banking career that would last 43 years. His career was only interrupted when he was called to service in WWII as a navigator in the Royal Canadian Air Force. When the war ended, and Snow returned home with a renewed interest in art. He signed up for a life drawing class with Maxwell Bates at the Provincial Institute of Technology. Bates and Snow became good friends and in 1953, they famously “rescued” two old lithographic presses with an old truck from the alley behind the Western Printing and Lithograph Company. Bates and Snow had no idea how to run the press, but by trail and error and reading books they mastered the machine and soon both were creating artworks from the press, however, this press would define Snow’s work for the rest of his life. He produced 410 of his own lithographs, plus assisted fellow artists. such as Bates, Illingworth Kerr and Pat Gordon with editions of their lithographs. Snow was deemed a mentor to new artists and helped usher Alberta into the modernist period along with Max Bates. Besides his career in visual art, Snow organized the Calgary Film Society in the late 1940s and served as its president. Also an accomplished musician, Snow was instrumental in creating the New Works Calgary Society, which is dedicated to presenting new compositions, many commissioned by the society. Snow retired from the Royal Bank 1971, his works are still proudly displayed in the bank's head office in Montreal. Snow produced numerous exhibitions throughout Canada, the U.S., Japan, France, England, Chile, Mexico, Italy, Scotland, and Australia. He received the Alberta Order of Excellence on November 21, 1996. John Snow died August 23, 2004 at the age of 92.

            4th Meridian Fine Art
          • John Snow, linocut, "Couple" 20/50 1950
            Mar. 27, 2022

            John Snow, linocut, "Couple" 20/50 1950

            Est: $350 - $500

            John Snow, linocut, "Couple". John Harold Thomas Snow was born in Vancouver in 1911. His family moved to England during WWI, there, Snow’s English relatives fostered in him an interest in art and music. The family returned to Olds, Alberta in 1919. In 1928, Snow took a job with the Royal Bank of Canada and began a distinguished banking career that would last 43 years. His career was only interrupted when he was called to service in WWII as a navigator in the Royal Canadian Air Force. When the war ended, and Snow returned home with a renewed interest in art. He signed up for a life drawing class with Maxwell Bates at the Provincial Institute of Technology. Bates and Snow became good friends and in 1953, they famously “rescued” two old lithographic presses with an old truck from the alley behind the Western Printing and Lithograph Company. Bates and Snow had no idea how to run the press, but by trail and error and reading books they mastered the machine and soon both were creating artworks from the press, however, this press would define Snow’s work for the rest of his life. He produced 410 of his own lithographs, plus assisted fellow artists. such as Bates, Illingworth Kerr and Pat Gordon with editions of their lithographs. Snow was deemed a mentor to new artists and helped usher Alberta into the modernist period along with Max Bates. Besides his career in visual art, Snow organized the Calgary Film Society in the late 1940s and served as its president. Also an accomplished musician, Snow was instrumental in creating the New Works Calgary Society, which is dedicated to presenting new compositions, many commissioned by the society. Snow retired from the Royal Bank 1971, his works are still proudly displayed in the bank's head office in Montreal. Snow produced numerous exhibitions throughout Canada, the U.S., Japan, France, England, Chile, Mexico, Italy, Scotland, and Australia. He received the Alberta Order of Excellence on November 21, 1996. John Snow died August 23, 2004 at the age of 92.

            4th Meridian Fine Art
          • John Harold Thomas Snow (1911-2004) Flowers in Bowl
            Oct. 18, 2021

            John Harold Thomas Snow (1911-2004) Flowers in Bowl

            Est: CAD100 - CAD300

            Artist: John Harold Thomas Snow (1911-2004) Canadian Artist Title: Flowers in a Green Bowl Edition 14 of 15 Medium: Lithograph Size: 14.5 inches x 18 inches site, 23 inches x 26 inches Framed Provenance: Private Collection, MB Region Fine Art, MB

            Region Fine Art
          • JOHN SNOW - Evora
            Oct. 09, 2021

            JOHN SNOW - Evora

            Est: $300 - $500

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Evora" - Limited edition lithograph 23/50. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre, unframed. 14 x 18 in. (image); 16 x 20.5 in. (paper)

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - Mondego
            Oct. 09, 2021

            JOHN SNOW - Mondego

            Est: $300 - $500

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Mondego" - Limited edition lithograph 39/50. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre, unframed. 16 x 14 in. (image); 18 x 16 in. (paper)

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • JOHN SNOW - March Landscape
            May. 29, 2021

            JOHN SNOW - March Landscape

            Est: $180 - $250

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "March Landscape" - Limited edition silkscreen print on paper 42/50. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre, unframed. 12 x 18.25 in. (image); 14 x 20 in. (paper)

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • John Harold Thomas Snow, Canadian (1914-2004), Priddis Landscape, lithograph, #48/100, 24 x 18 in. (61 x 47 cm)
            Apr. 09, 2021

            John Harold Thomas Snow, Canadian (1914-2004), Priddis Landscape, lithograph, #48/100, 24 x 18 in. (61 x 47 cm)

            Est: $100 - $150

            John Harold Thomas Snow Canadian (1914-2004) priddis landscape lithograph, #48/100 signed 24 x 18 in. (61 x 47 cm)

            Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
          • John J. Audubon. Hand colored engraving. Snow Goose,
            Sep. 27, 2020

            John J. Audubon. Hand colored engraving. Snow Goose,

            Est: $600 - $900

            John J. Audubon. Hand colored engraving. Snow Goose, Anser Hyperboreus. No. 77, plate CCCLXXXI. R. Havell. 1837. Unframed. Paper: 25.25" x 38.12". Spots, overall staining, heavy foxing, laid down, glue residue over edge of sheet, faded.

            Tremont Auctions
          • John Snow - Green Vase
            Jun. 28, 2020

            John Snow - Green Vase

            Est: $250 - $350

            Green Vase

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Cailhau
            Jun. 28, 2020

            John Snow - Cailhau

            Est: $250 - $350

            Cailhau, lithograph by John Snow, 24" x 18" (unframed)

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Nocturne Red Flowers
            Jun. 28, 2020

            John Snow - Nocturne Red Flowers

            Est: $300 - $400

            Nocturne Red Flowers, lithograph, 26.25" x 18" by John Snow (unframed)

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - September '73
            May. 23, 2020

            John Snow - September '73

            Est: $400 - $500

            September '73

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Green Vase
            May. 23, 2020

            John Snow - Green Vase

            Est: $300 - $400

            Green Vase

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Cailhau
            May. 23, 2020

            John Snow - Cailhau

            Est: $300 - $400

            Cailhau

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Theme IV
            May. 23, 2020

            John Snow - Theme IV

            Est: $300 - $400

            Theme IV

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • JOHN SNOW - Spring
            May. 16, 2020

            JOHN SNOW - Spring

            Est: $120 - $200

            JOHN SNOW (Canadian, 1911-2004) "Spring" - Limited edition lithograph 5/26. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre, framed. 16 x 20 in. (image); 19 x 23 in. (paper)

            Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
          • John Deere Farm Winter Snow Artist Print K Holbert
            Apr. 26, 2020

            John Deere Farm Winter Snow Artist Print K Holbert

            Est: -

            18" x 13" John Deere Farm Winter Snow Artist Print K Holbert. Print only. No frame.

            KC Businesses
          • John Snow - Green Vase
            Apr. 18, 2020

            John Snow - Green Vase

            Est: $400 - $500

            Green Vase

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - September '73
            Apr. 18, 2020

            John Snow - September '73

            Est: $300 - $400

            September '73

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Cailhau
            Apr. 18, 2020

            John Snow - Cailhau

            Est: $300 - $500

            Cailhau

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Theme IV
            Apr. 18, 2020

            John Snow - Theme IV

            Est: $300 - $400

            Theme IV

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Green Vase
            Feb. 29, 2020

            John Snow - Green Vase

            Est: $400 - $500

            Green Vase

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Cailhau
            Feb. 29, 2020

            John Snow - Cailhau

            Est: $300 - $500

            Cailhau

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow, Muttart Art Gallery 11/50
            Feb. 22, 2020

            John Snow, Muttart Art Gallery 11/50

            Est: $300 - $350

            John Harold Thomas Snow was born in Vancouver in 1911. His family moved to England during WWI. There Snow’s English relatives fostered in him an interest in art and music. The family returned to Olds, Alberta in 1919. In 1928, Snow took a job with the Royal Bank of Canada and began a distinguished banking career that would last forty-three years. His career was only interrupted when he was called to service in WWII as a navigator in the Royal Canadian Air Force. When the war ended, and Snow returned home with a renewed interest in art. He signed up for a life drawing class with Maxwell Bates at the Provincial Institute of Technology. Bates and Snow became good friends and in 1953 they famously “rescued” two old lithographic presses with an old truck from the alley behind the Western Printing and Lithograph Company. Bates and Snow had no idea how to run a press, but by trail and error and reading books they mastered the machine and soon both were creating artworks from the press which would define Snow’s work for the rest of his life. He produced 410 of his own lithographs, as well as assisting fellow artists such as Bates, Illingworth Kerr and Pat Gordon with editions of their lithographs. Snow was deemed a mentor to new artists and along with Max Bates helped usher Alberta into the modernist period. Besides his career in visual art, Snow organized the Calgary Film Society in the late 1940s and served as its President. Also an accomplished musician, Snow was instrumental in creating the New Works Calgary Society, which is dedicated to presenting new compositions, many commissioned by the society. Snow retired from the Royal Bank 1971, his works are still proudly displayed in the bank's head office in Montreal. Snow produced numerous exhibitions throughout Canada, the U.S., Japan, France, England, Chile, Mexico, Italy, Scotland, and Australia. He received the Alberta Order of Excellence on November 21, 1996. John Snow died peacefully on August 23, 2004 at the age of ninety-two, after several years of failing health.

            4th Meridian Fine Art
          • John Snow - Green Vase
            Jan. 04, 2020

            John Snow - Green Vase

            Est: $400 - $500

            Green Vase

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Cailhau
            Jan. 04, 2020

            John Snow - Cailhau

            Est: $300 - $500

            Cailhau

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Cailhau
            Dec. 14, 2019

            John Snow - Cailhau

            Est: $300 - $500

            Cailhau

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Green Vase
            Dec. 14, 2019

            John Snow - Green Vase

            Est: $400 - $500

            Green Vase

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Valencia
            Dec. 14, 2019

            John Snow - Valencia

            Est: $400 - $500

            Valencia

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Prairie Fall
            Nov. 24, 2019

            John Snow - Prairie Fall

            Est: $300 - $500

            Prairie Fall (lithograph, 12" x 16", unframed)

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Snow - Plant Blue Bowl
            Nov. 24, 2019

            John Snow - Plant Blue Bowl

            Est: $400 - $600

            Plant Blue Bowl ( lithograph, 18" x 14", unframed)

            Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
          • John Harold Thomas Snow, Canadian (1911-2004), Priddis Landscape, lithograph, #48/100, 24 x 18 in. (61 x 45.7 cm)
            Oct. 23, 2019

            John Harold Thomas Snow, Canadian (1911-2004), Priddis Landscape, lithograph, #48/100, 24 x 18 in. (61 x 45.7 cm)

            Est: $100 - $150

            signed

            Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
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