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Plate II from Contributions of the physiology of vision No. I, published in the Journal of the Royal Institution, 1830

by Jan Purkinje

Plate II from Contributions of the physiology of vision No. I, published in the Journal of the Royal Institution, 1830 - Jan Purkinje
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Plate II from Contributions of the physiology of vision No. I, published in the Journal of the Royal Institution, 1830 - Jan Purkinje

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English: "Plate II from Contributions of the physiology of vision No. I, published in the Journal of the Royal Institution, 1830" oil on Canvas.
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1830

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Jan Purkinje

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