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Robbie Lowe

I just saw a 1907 illustration by E.S. Green on Antiques Roadshow. It is owned by a woman who inherited it from her aunt. Lucky woman! I Binged E.S.Green and got your website. You're going into my Favorites file, Mr. Giambarba. What a fine garden you've cultivated! Thank you.

Ed Nudelman

Dear Paul,
What a beautiful piece indeed!! I wrote the
definitive bibliography of the works of Jessie Willcox Smith (1989, Pelican) and a biography the next year (Pelican). I wonder if you might take a look at my new website devoted to original illustrations by brandywine artists? ES Green was one of my alltime favorites. Any suggestions on contacts (either institutions or personal contacts) that might like to see our website? We could sure use the help. Thanks so much. Ed Nudelman

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