Luis Giner Bueno: "Sea Gent"

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Author: Luis Giner Bueno. (Godella, Valencia 1935). Title: Sea Gent. Description: oil on canvas signed in the lower left corner. Measures without frame 65x100 cm. Measures with frame 82x117 cm. Artwork in good condition.


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