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Black revolt in Santo Domingo, 16th September 1802, from Histoire Universelle du XIXe siecle, after Martine

by Jean Francois Pourvoyeur

Black revolt in Santo Domingo, 16th September 1802, from Histoire Universelle du XIXe siecle, after Martine - Jean Francois Pourvoyeur
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Black revolt in Santo Domingo, 16th September 1802, from Histoire Universelle du XIXe siecle, after Martine - Jean Francois Pourvoyeur

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English: "Black revolt in Santo Domingo, 16th September 1802, from Histoire Universelle du XIXe siecle, after Martine" oil on Canvas, location: Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France.
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Jean Francois Pourvoyeur

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