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C G. T. CONGER, M.D. 1029 SECOND NATIONAL BLDG. AKRON 8, OHIO HEMLOCK 4-5524 Obstetrics and Gynecology August 8 Seligmann Gallery 5 E. 57th St. Dear Sirs: In my possession I have a large still life painting depicting giant cabbage, melon, artichoke, cucumber or squash. It is 17th century Spanish. I do not feel it is Juan Cotan's but possibly an example of Antonio Pereda's later work. Could you advise me of any source that I could consult for confirmation or research. Sincerely yours, Geo. Conger MD. [[margin]] Conger [[/margin]]
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