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File:Anders Zorn - Hins Anders (1904).jpg


Title Hins Anders
Date 1904
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 81 × 65 cm (31.9 × 25.6 in)
Stockholm (Stolen June 20, 2000 - )
Notes Hins Anders Ersson, (1829-1907), clock repairman. Zorn painted this portrait in the fall of 1904.
Source/Photographer Unknown
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