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Szakallas onarckep pipaval, 1923

by Vilmos Aba-Novak

Szakallas onarckep pipaval, 1923 - Vilmos Aba-Novak
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Szakallas onarckep pipaval, 1923 - Vilmos Aba-Novak

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English: "Szakallas onarckep pipaval, 1923" oil on Canvas, location: Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, Hungary.
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Date

1923

Author

Vilmos Aba-Novak

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