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Old Man Watching a Flying Crane

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Department of Asian Art Dr. Arnold Knapp New York (by 1951-1956) bequest; to the Fogg Museum 1956. Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum Bequest of Dr. Arnold Knapp
Title: Old Man Watching a Flying Crane
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