Heritage, 2011, Volume 1 Page: 8
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THE ENDURING CANVAS
This page: Jose Arpa y Perea, A Mexican Washday, circa 1925. Oil on
canvas. Beverly and George Palmer Collection. Opposite, top: Julian
Onderdonk, A Grove of Live Oak Trees-Southwest Texas, circa 1910. Oil on
canvas. Private collection, Dallas, Texas; bottom: Samuel P. Ziegler, Along
the Trinity, 1930. Oil on canvas. Ziegler Family Collection.
8 TEXASHERITAGE I Volume 1 2011
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