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Always on the Move

Always on the Move

 

Always on the Move
Image Number: 1856-011
Dimensions: 18" X 24"
Media Used: Original Oil Painting Signed By Blake
Formats Available: Stretched canvas without frame.
Title: Always on the Move
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Camels in the hot Sahara desert on the move to their next destination.

© Robert Blake
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