Robert Jones - two framed oils on paper - 'Gorse II', initialled RJ lower right (27.5cm x 16.5cm),

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Sidmouth, Devon
Robert Jones - two framed oils on paper - 'Gorse II', initialled RJ lower right (27.5cm x 16.5cm), signed, titled and dated 2003 in pencil verso; and 'Breezy Day Distant Shore', initialled RJ lower right (21cm x 68cm) titled and signed in pencil verso
Robert Jones - two framed oils on paper - 'Gorse II', initialled RJ lower right (27.5cm x 16.5cm), signed, titled and dated 2003 in pencil verso; and 'Breezy Day Distant Shore', initialled RJ lower right (21cm x 68cm) titled and signed in pencil verso

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