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Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

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"Surrealist landscape"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Greenwich Observatory"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Two Africans"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"West Africa"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"The Blind Beggar"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Double head"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Vase with flowers"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"The pond"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"New York"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Chinese Laundry"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Early Morning in Paris"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"The Park"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Drought"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Woman eating duck"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Abstract composition with brick-like background"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Gourds"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Native heads I"
Drawing by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Outpost"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"The pleading butcher"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"The diplomats"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Spinning tops"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Kangaroo Hunt"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"French café"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Maisie"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Vineyard in the South of France"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

"Still Life"
Painting by
Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)

Peter Purves Smith (1912-49)




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