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Ruins of the Ancient City of Gour formerly on the Banks of the River Ganges

by Thomas Daniell

Ruins of the Ancient City of Gour formerly on the Banks of the River Ganges - Thomas Daniell
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Ruins of the Ancient City of Gour formerly on the Banks of the River Ganges - Thomas Daniell

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English: "Ruins of the Ancient City of Gour formerly on the Banks of the River Ganges" oil on Canvas.
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Thomas Daniell

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