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William G. Hooper

Lot 144: William.G.Hooper (fl.1881-1911)'The River Farm' Watercolour Wick Christchurch Hants. Signed lower left W.G.Hooper,inscribed on artist's label to verso.Framed under glass.15 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches

Cooper Barrington LLP

October 18, 2014
Nr Llangollen , United Kingdom

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William.G.Hooper (fl.1881-1911)'The River Farm' Watercolour Wick Christchurch Hants. Signed lower left W.G.Hooper,inscribed on artist's label to verso.Framed under glass.15 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches

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