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Madame Lamartine adopting the children of patriots killed at the barricades in Paris during the Revolution of 1848, 1848

by François Claudius Compte-Calix

Madame Lamartine adopting the children of patriots killed at the barricades in Paris during the Revolution of 1848, 1848 - François Claudius Compte-Calix
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Madame Lamartine adopting the children of patriots killed at the barricades in Paris during the Revolution of 1848, 1848 - François Claudius Compte-Calix

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English: "Madame Lamartine adopting the children of patriots killed at the barricades in Paris during the Revolution of 1848, 1848" oil on Canvas.
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1848

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François Claudius Compte-Calix

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