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'Ferocious!' The Turks buying several works at the Impressionist Exhibition to be used in case of war, caricature from 'Le Charivari', 28th April 1877

by Amedee Charles Henri de Noe (Cham)


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'Ferocious!' The Turks buying several works at the Impressionist Exhibition to be used in case of war, caricature from 'Le Charivari', 28th April 1877 - Amedee Charles Henri de Noe (Cham)

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English: "'Ferocious!' The Turks buying several works at the Impressionist Exhibition to be used in case of war, caricature from 'Le Charivari', 28th April 1877" oil on Canvas, location: Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France.
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1877

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Amedee Charles Henri de Noe (Cham)

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