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The Old Witch combing Gerdas hair with a golden comb to cause her to forget her friend in 'The Snow Queen from Hans Christian Andersens Fairy Tales

by Lorens Frolich

The Old Witch combing Gerdas hair with a golden comb to cause her to forget her friend in
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The Old Witch combing Gerdas hair with a golden comb to cause her to forget her friend in 'The Snow Queen from Hans Christian Andersens Fairy Tales - Lorens Frolich

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English: "The Old Witch combing Gerdas hair with a golden comb to cause her to forget her friend in 'The Snow Queen from Hans Christian Andersens Fairy Tales" oil on Canvas.
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1872

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Lorens Frolich

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