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Pocket Library of Great Art: Botticelli by Frederick Hartt
Pocket Library of Great Art: Braque by Jean Cassou
Pocket Library of Great Art: Bruegel, the Elder by Wolfgang Stechow
Pocket Library of Great Art: Chagall by Emily Genauer
Pocket Library of Great Art: Daumier by Robert Rey
Pocket Library of Great Art: Degas by Daniel Catton Rich
Pocket Library of Great Art: Expressionists by Will Grohmann
Pocket Library of Great Art: Flower Painting by Margaret Fairbanks Marcus
Pocket Library of Great Art: Gauguin by John Rewald
Pocket Library of Great Art: Italian Moderns by Marco Valsecchi
Pocket Library of Great Art: Klee by Will Grohmann
Pocket Library of Great Art: Leonardo by Giorgio Castelfranco
Pocket Library of Great Art: Matisse by Clement Greenberg
Pocket Library of Great Art: Michelangelo by Margaretta Salinger
Pocket Library of Great Art: Rousseau by Alfred Werner
Pocket Library of Great Art: van Gogh by Robert Goldwater
Pocket Library of Great Art: Vlaminck by Robert Rey
Pocket Library of Great Art: Toulouse-Lautrec by Sam HunterA3
Pocket Library of Great Art: Cézanne by Theodore Rousseau, Jr.,A4
Pocket Library of Great Art: Dufy by Alfred WernerA5
French Impressionists and Their Circle by Herman Joel WechslerA7
Pocket Library of Great Art: Rembrandt by Wilhelm KoehlerA8
Pocket Library of Great Art: Maurice Utrillo by Alfred WernerA12
Pocket Library of Great Art: Manet by S. Lane PaisonA13
Pocket Library of Great Art: Rouault by Jacques MaritainA14
Pocket Library of Great Art: Rubens by Julius S. HeldA17
Pocket Library of Great Art: Pissarro by John RewaldA18
Pocket Library of Great Art: Velazquez by Margaretta SalingerA19
Pocket Library of Great Art: Picasso by William S. LiebermanA20
Pocket Library of Great Art: Picasso by William S. LiebermanA20
Pocket Library of Great Art: Monet by Margaretta SalingerA29

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