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Author: Toni Schneiders (German, 1920-2006)Date: 1957Medium: Gelatin silver printLocation: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

#2000.661

Author: Toni Schneiders (German, 1920-2006)
Date: 1957
Medium: Gelatin silver print
Location: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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