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Untitled, by Nell Choate Shute

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A new acquisition now on view in The Charleston Story. Untitled [Southern landscape with building], ca. 1940s-50s, by Nell Choate Shute (American, 1898–1966). Watercolor and gouache on paper; 14 1/4 x 21 1/2 inches. Gibbes Museum of Art, Gift of Beatrice Plummer Potts Woodruff, 2010.005.0002B.

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