File:Watercolor Shoplifting series (November 5, 2011. Stockholm, Sweden. American to European Outlet Converter, Pomegranate, Persimmon.).jpg
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English: A detail from American-based artist David Horvitz's Watercolor Shoplifting series, a series of watercolors made by the artist of small items he has shoplifted. This is an ongoing series by the artist. The images are always released directly into the Public Domain.
|Date||6 November 2011|
|Source||Public Domain released imagery online by David Horvitz|
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