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    Beat-up But Still Working

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    Added 2018-08-16 01:49:22
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    There is a landscaper who works in our neighborhood who drives a very old and very beat-up Chevy pickup. Even though it is in pretty rough shape, this Chevy still serves a purpose and is relevant. I felt the bright chrome represented the light or life in this otherwise rusted and beat-up worker

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    Name of Artist: Henry Bosak
    Width (inches): 24
    Height (inches): 24
    Media: Acrylic
    Country: United States
    Painting Genre: Representational / Still Life

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