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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
The Fan Tree and Her Canyon   Haskell, Ernest   Etching with engraving on paper  c.a 1922 
The Forest Boulder   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  before 1920 
The Ghost Cypress   Haskell, Ernest   Drypoint on paper  ca. 1914 
The Harbor Poplar   Haskell, Ernest   Etching and engraving on paper  n.d. 
The Hilltop   Haskell, Ernest   Flick engraving on paper  1914 
The Hunchback   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  1914 
The Idle Cove   Haskell, Ernest   Etching and engraving on paper  ca. 1921 
The Jester   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  before 1917 
The Large Live Oak   Haskell, Ernest   Drypoint on paper  1915 
The Line of Beauty (Monterey, California)   Haskell, Ernest   Etching with engraving on paper  1920 
The Lone Pine, Glacier Point [Yosemite]   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  1915 
The Moss Bride   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  ca. 1915 
The Moss Trees   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  before 1915 
The Oak and the Adobe   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  before 1920 
The Old Sea Wall   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  before 1917 
The Ostrich [A]   Haskell, Ernest   Etching and drypoint on paper  ca. 1915 
The Pastoral Circle   Haskell, Ernest   Drypoint etching on paper  ca. 1918 
The Ragged Tree of Ragged Island - Maine   Haskell, Ernest   Drypoint on paper  before 1920 
The Rythm of the Cypress   Haskell, Ernest   Drypoint on paper  before 1921 
The Sentinel Pine, Yosemite   Haskell, Ernest   Drypoint on paper  before 1913 
The Sentinels of North Creek   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  1924 
The Skeletons   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  before 1914 
The Spectre   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  before 1915 
The Sylvan Sea (Maine Coast)   Haskell, Ernest   Etching on paper  ca. 1923 
The Three Witches   Haskell, Ernest   Drypoint on paper  ca. 1915 

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