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View of an eruption of Mt Vesuvius which began on 23rd December 1760 and ended 5th January 1761

by Pietro Fabris

View of an eruption of Mt Vesuvius which began on 23rd December 1760 and ended 5th January 1761 - Pietro Fabris
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View of an eruption of Mt Vesuvius which began on 23rd December 1760 and ended 5th January 1761 - Pietro Fabris

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English: "View of an eruption of Mt Vesuvius which began on 23rd December 1760 and ended 5th January 1761" oil on Canvas.
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Pietro Fabris

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