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Pool Drop III
Artist: Robert Yarber (Dallas, Texas, 1948 – ) Primary
Sonnabend Gallery, New York; purchased by Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs; gift 2021 to the Fairfield University Art Museum.
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