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An American Cathedral (The Woolworth Building)1921
435 x 172 mm (17.1 x 6.8 in.)
John Taylor Arms, American, (1887–1953)
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John Taylor Arms, American, (1887–1953) . An American Cathedral (The Woolworth Building), 1921. Etching printed in brown ink on Asian wove paper. plate : 435 x 172 mm (17.1 x 6.8 in.). Sheet : 495 x 241 mm (19.5 x 9.5 in.). DAC accession number 1939.5.5. Gift of the artist (hon. MA Wesleyan 1939), 1939.
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