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The Adding Machine
Artist: R.B. Kitaj (Chagrin Falls, OH, 1932 - 2007, Los Angeles, CA) Primary
Ramkalawon, Jennifer. Kitaj Prints: A Catalogue Raisonne. London: The British Museum, 2013. p. 232
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