TOM OF FINLAND, (Touko Laaksonen, Finnish, 1920 –
Untitled (From the Loggers story), 1976, Graphite on paper,
14.31” x 10.81”, #76.77, © 1976 Tom of Finland
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Tom of Finland artwork is represented through David
Kordansky Gallery, Stand F13.
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