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Baron Charles-Louis de Keverberg de Kessel 1818

by Joseph-Francois Ducq

Baron Charles-Louis de Keverberg de Kessel 1818 - Joseph-Francois Ducq
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Baron Charles-Louis de Keverberg de Kessel 1818 - Joseph-Francois Ducq

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English: "Baron Charles-Louis de Keverberg de Kessel 1818" oil on Canvas, location: Groeninge Museum, Bruges, Belgium.
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1818

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Joseph-Francois Ducq

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