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Hours of Innocence Lord Alexander Russell son of the 6th Duke of Bedford with his dog

by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer

Hours of Innocence Lord Alexander Russell son of the 6th Duke of Bedford with his dog - Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
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English: "Hours of Innocence Lord Alexander Russell son of the 6th Duke of Bedford with his dog" oil on Canvas.
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Sir Edwin Henry Landseer

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