COMBO CUT WILL BE HERE Gina Wouters, curator at Vizcaya in front of a screen by artist Robert Winthrop Chanler, an early 20th Century American painter. Wouters is a contributor to a new book about Robert Winthrop Chanler's life and his work. Vizcaya is featured prominently in the book, where Chanler's fantastic undersea mural remains on the ceiling over the pool.
COMBO CUT WILL BE HERE Gina Wouters, curator at Vizcaya in front of a screen by artist Robert Winthrop Chanler, an early 20th Century American painter. Wouters is a contributor to a new book about Robert Winthrop Chanler's life and his work. Vizcaya is featured prominently in the book, where Chanler's fantastic undersea mural remains on the ceiling over the pool. PATRICK FARRELL
COMBO CUT WILL BE HERE Gina Wouters, curator at Vizcaya in front of a screen by artist Robert Winthrop Chanler, an early 20th Century American painter. Wouters is a contributor to a new book about Robert Winthrop Chanler's life and his work. Vizcaya is featured prominently in the book, where Chanler's fantastic undersea mural remains on the ceiling over the pool. PATRICK FARRELL

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