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Sarah Lubin

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Separate Tables
30 x 24″ oil on canvas
2019

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Indoor Games
24 x 30″ oil on canvas
2019

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Delayed
24 x 18″ oil on canvas
2018

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Untitled
8 x 10″ acrylic and gouache on panel
2019

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Lounge
8 x 10″ acrylic and gouache on panel
2019

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