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The Taking of the English Vessel The Java by the American Frigate The Constitution

by (after) Garneray, Louis Ambroise

The Taking of the English Vessel The Java by the American Frigate The Constitution - (after) Garneray, Louis Ambroise
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The Taking of the English Vessel The Java by the American Frigate The Constitution - (after) Garneray, Louis Ambroise

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English: "The Taking of the English Vessel The Java by the American Frigate The Constitution" oil on Canvas.
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(after) Garneray, Louis Ambroise

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