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Did george stubbs ever paintlarge vases and also what auction house were his last remaining pieces of art sold at?
March 26, 2010 6:16PM
No I don't think George stubbs ever painted large vases, He was into romanticism and horses, portraits, dogs, and lions and he loved to study anatomy. vases don't realy fit into that style. As for your other question I have no clue
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