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Regent Street, London, looking North, with Dickins and Jones on the right, and the Hanover Chapel on the left, 1835

by George (Sydney) Shepherd

Regent Street, London, looking North, with Dickins and Jones on the right, and the Hanover Chapel on the left, 1835 - George (Sydney) Shepherd
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Regent Street, London, looking North, with Dickins and Jones on the right, and the Hanover Chapel on the left, 1835 - George (Sydney) Shepherd

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English: "Regent Street, London, looking North, with Dickins and Jones on the right, and the Hanover Chapel on the left, 1835" oil on Canvas.
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1835

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George (Sydney) Shepherd

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