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ATTRIBUTED TO ROBERT JOBLING (British, 1841-1923) CULLERCOAT FISHER WOMEN ANXIOUSLY WANTING SHIPS RETURN. Large unsigned oil on canvas scene shows a group...
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- Robert Jobling (British, 1841-1923)
Summer Pasture. Unsigned, inscribed "Robert Jobling" in pencil on the reverse. Watercolor on paper, 12 1/2 x 9 7/8 in., framed. Condition: Small tear (5/8 in.) u.c., scattered...[more like this]
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1841-1923) CULLERCOAT FISHER WOMEN ANXIOUSLY WANTING SHIPS RETURN. Large unsigned oil on canvas scene shows a group of women and children standing on and next to a large tall...[more like this]
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1841-1923) "Fisherfolk Awaiting the Catch", oil on canvas, 56" x 39", unsigned. Presented in a good period carved giltwood frame in the neoclassical taste....[more like this]
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