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Traditional Japanese Wrestling Sumo wrestlers displaying their art at the Japanese Exhibition in London

by Joseph Finnemore

Traditional Japanese Wrestling Sumo wrestlers displaying their art at the Japanese Exhibition in London - Joseph Finnemore
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Traditional Japanese Wrestling Sumo wrestlers displaying their art at the Japanese Exhibition in London - Joseph Finnemore

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English: "Traditional Japanese Wrestling Sumo wrestlers displaying their art at the Japanese Exhibition in London" oil on Canvas, location: Bibliotheque des Arts Decoratifs Paris.
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Joseph Finnemore

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