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Physiognomy of the Characters of Classical Tragedy Yes it is Agamemnon your king who awakens you

by Honoré Daumier

Physiognomy of the Characters of Classical Tragedy Yes it is Agamemnon your king who awakens you - Honoré Daumier
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Physiognomy of the Characters of Classical Tragedy Yes it is Agamemnon your king who awakens you - Honoré Daumier

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English: "Physiognomy of the Characters of Classical Tragedy Yes it is Agamemnon your king who awakens you" oil on Canvas.
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