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Luks, George Benjamin, 1867-1933 ISNI Library of Congress/NACO German National Library National Library of Israel Swiss National Library National Library of Ireland

George Luks American artist Wikidata

Luks, George Benjamin (American painter and printmaker, 1867-1933) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 294595159 (Personal)


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Annual parade of the cable-trolley cripple club Library of Congress/NACO
Bar-room professors Library of Congress/NACO
The Bersaglieri Wikidata
The Blue Churn Wikidata
Blue Devils on Fifth Avenue Wikidata
Botolph Street, Boston Wikidata
Boy with Violin Wikidata
The Butcher Cart Wikidata
A Clown Wikidata
Czechoslovakian Army Entering Vladivostok, Siberia, in 1918 Wikidata
The Dominican Wikidata
Fishermen Wikidata
George Luks, 1866-1933; an exhibition of paintings and drawings dating from 1889-1931. Library of Congress/NACO
George Luks : expressionist master of color : the watercolors rediscovered. Library of Congress/NACO
Girl under Arched Bridge Wikidata
Hanna: that man Clay was an ass--It's better to be president than to be right Library of Congress/NACO
Homer Saint-Gaudens Wikidata
The image of George Benjamin Luks in American art criticism, 1890-1945: Library of Congress/NACO
Innocence Wikidata
I've been to Albany Library of Congress/NACO
King's Chapel, Boston Wikidata
Liza Library of Congress/NACO
The Miner Wikidata
Morning Light Wikidata
New Year's Shooter Wikidata
Old Beggar Woman Wikidata
The Old Duchess Wikidata
Otis Skinner as Col. Philippe Bridau Wikidata
Pedro Wikidata
Polish Dancer Wikidata
The Polka Dot Dress Wikidata
spielers German National Library
Sulky Boy Wikidata
Telling Fortunes Wikidata
The Wrestlers Wikidata
Борцы Wikidata

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