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I have a painting of a mountain scene by Nooyer. It's 24 x 31 I believe. I don't know anything about it other than it was in my Mothers living room as long as I can remember.

It has a typed biography on the back, but is so faded it's hard to make out.

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Q: Does anybody want to know about a painting by j de nooyer it is a mountain scene oil on canvas size 36x24?
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