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The Great Western Hall leading to the Grand Saloon or Octagon, Fonthill Abbey, 1823

by George Cattermole

The Great Western Hall leading to the Grand Saloon or Octagon, Fonthill Abbey, 1823 - George Cattermole
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The Great Western Hall leading to the Grand Saloon or Octagon, Fonthill Abbey, 1823 - George Cattermole

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English: "The Great Western Hall leading to the Grand Saloon or Octagon, Fonthill Abbey, 1823" oil on Canvas.
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1823

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George Cattermole

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