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Farm Girl with Sickle and Cut Flowers by American Painter Edward John Cobbett (1815 - 1899); known for his depiction of romantic scenes and rural... more
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Farm Girl with Sickle and Cut Flowers by American Painter Edward John Cobbett (1815 - 1899); known for his depiction of romantic scenes and rural coastal life.
A depiction of a farm girl with a sickle in her right hand and cut flowers laying on her lap, being held down with her left hand as she takes a break from her work.
This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.
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