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The Stables and Two Famous Running Horses belonging to His Grace, the Duke of Bolton, 1747

by James Seymour

The Stables and Two Famous Running Horses belonging to His Grace, the Duke of Bolton, 1747 - James Seymour
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The Stables and Two Famous Running Horses belonging to His Grace, the Duke of Bolton, 1747 - James Seymour

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English: "The Stables and Two Famous Running Horses belonging to His Grace, the Duke of Bolton, 1747" oil on Canvas, location: Yale Centre for British Art, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
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James Seymour

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