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Artist: Ted Jones (1938 – ) Primary
Private Estate, Nashville TN; Case Auctions, Knoxville, TN, July 13, 2019, Historic Summer Fine Art, Antique, and Jewelry Auction, Lot 550; Mary A. Morris, Knoxville, TN; gift to the Fairfield University Art Museum, 2022.
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