Auction ended on October 31st, 2009 UTC
1221: 4 Prints By Nicholas A. Rosato Indians & More
Sold for: $30|Estimate: $50 - $300|Sell a Similar Item
Lot of 4 prints by Nicholas A. Rosato: 3 deer standing in the snow woods, a barn and outbuilding near a stream, 12x14, two Indians canoeing down the river (1986), an Indian on a horse holding his bow, (1986), 16x20.
Very Good Condition
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