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Lord Nelsons funeral procession by water from Greenwich to Whitehall from The History and Graphic Life of Nelson, engraved by J. Clark and H. Marke, pub. by Orme, 1806

by Joseph Mallord William Turner

Lord Nelsons funeral procession by water from Greenwich to Whitehall from The History and Graphic Life of Nelson, engraved by J. Clark and H. Marke, pub. by Orme, 1806 - Joseph Mallord William Turner
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Lord Nelsons funeral procession by water from Greenwich to Whitehall from The History and Graphic Life of Nelson, engraved by J. Clark and H. Marke, pub. by Orme, 1806 - Joseph Mallord William Turner

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English: "Lord Nelsons funeral procession by water from Greenwich to Whitehall from The History and Graphic Life of Nelson, engraved by J. Clark and H. Marke, pub. by Orme, 1806" oil on Canvas.
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Joseph Mallord William Turner

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