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Candice Boldt

does anyone know who the artist of that painting in the kitchen is?????

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It is by American artist Leon Kroll, 1884-1974

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pebshoney

This was my grandparents home where my mother and her older brother grew up. They moved to a smaller home in town in the late 1950s, so I haven't been in the home since I was maybe 8. The only things I remember about the kitchen was it was very bright and Gram had a canary. I'd guess the "before" was from the 1960s. It was wonderful getting to see some of it. You did a lovely job. I particularly love the butler's pantry. It's a grand old home. Thanks for being a good steward.

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