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Miron Sima (1902 - 1999)

Lot 98: Sima Miron 1902-1999 (Israeli) Bride, 1970 woodcut

Matsart Auctioneers & Appraisers

June 30, 2019
Jerusalem, Israel

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Description

Sima Miron
1902-1999 (Israeli)
Bride, 1970
woodcut
h:67 w:62 cm.
signed and dated lower right

Other Notes: Location: Israel.
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Condition report available upon request.

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