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English: Black and white photograph of a color painting, "sunflowers" 1929, by Annot (December 27, 1894 - October 20, 1981),
Source Addison Gallery of American Art (1941). "European artists teaching in America." (exhibition catalog) Andover, Massachusetts: Phillips Academy. p. 14. Copyright not renewed.
Author The artist is Annot (December 27, 1894 - October 20, 1981),


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