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The Blind Fiddler, illustration from Lives of Great Men Told by Great Men, edited by Richard Wilson, c.1920s

by Sir David Wilkie

The Blind Fiddler, illustration from Lives of Great Men Told by Great Men, edited by Richard Wilson, c.1920s - Sir David Wilkie
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The Blind Fiddler, illustration from Lives of Great Men Told by Great Men, edited by Richard Wilson, c.1920s - Sir David Wilkie

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English: "The Blind Fiddler, illustration from Lives of Great Men Told by Great Men, edited by Richard Wilson, c.1920s" oil on Canvas.
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