Exhibitions: William Trost Richards: American Landscape and Marine Painter, 1833-1905

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    William Trost Richards: American Landscape and Marine Painter, 1833-1905

    • Dates: June 20, 1973 through July 29, 1973
    • Collections: American Art
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