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"Is There Anything in my Poor Power to Serve You?", illustration from Faust by Goethe, 1925

by Harry Clarke

"Is There Anything in my Poor Power to Serve You?", illustration from Faust by Goethe, 1925 - Harry Clarke
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"Is There Anything in my Poor Power to Serve You?", illustration from Faust by Goethe, 1925 - Harry Clarke

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English: ""Is There Anything in my Poor Power to Serve You?", illustration from Faust by Goethe, 1925" oil on Canvas.
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1925

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Harry Clarke

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