Lost Painting Masterpiece Found, Lost, Found Again. Its Future in Jeopardy.

Frank Duveneck
Yacht Harbor, by Frank Duveneck. Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Frank Duveneck, top left, standing in front of the Palace of Arts building, now St. Louis Art Museum
Former St. Louis Public Schools Records Center/Archives building. Before that, the building housed Gratiot School.
The painting was discovered in an undisclosed storage facility, on the floor, propped against the wall, with a small tear above the artist’s signature.

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Ryan Greis, founder and lead instructor of Drawn Studio

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Ryan Greis

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Ryan Greis, founder and lead instructor of Drawn Studio

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