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The Field of the Cloth of Gold, June 1520, illustration from The Story of France Told to Boys and Girls by Mary Macgregor, 1920

by (after) Rainey, William

The Field of the Cloth of Gold, June 1520, illustration from The Story of France Told to Boys and Girls by Mary Macgregor, 1920 - (after) Rainey, William
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The Field of the Cloth of Gold, June 1520, illustration from The Story of France Told to Boys and Girls by Mary Macgregor, 1920 - (after) Rainey, William

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English: "The Field of the Cloth of Gold, June 1520, illustration from The Story of France Told to Boys and Girls by Mary Macgregor, 1920" oil on Canvas.
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1920

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(after) Rainey, William

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