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David Burnand (1888 - 1975)

Lot 268: David Burnand, "Au bistrot".

Dogny Auction

June 13, 2017
Lausanne, Switzerland

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David Burnand (1888-1975), "Au bistrot".
Huile sur toile, s.d.g. et datée 1962.
38x44.5 cm.


Art suisse - Swiss Art - Schweizer Kunst ; Tableaux - Encadrés - Paintings - Gemälde ; Moderne 1870-1950 - modern, 1870-1950 - Modern, 1870-1950 ; Huile - Acrylique - oil - acrylic - Ölfarbe - Acrylfarbe ; Scène de genre - genre art - Genrebild

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