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Vauxhall, engraved by Robert Pollard 1755-1838 and aquatinted by Francis Jukes 1747-1812, pub. by John Raphael Smith, 1785

by Thomas Rowlandson

Vauxhall, engraved by Robert Pollard 1755-1838 and aquatinted by Francis Jukes 1747-1812, pub. by John Raphael Smith, 1785 - Thomas Rowlandson
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Vauxhall, engraved by Robert Pollard 1755-1838 and aquatinted by Francis Jukes 1747-1812, pub. by John Raphael Smith, 1785 - Thomas Rowlandson

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English: "Vauxhall, engraved by Robert Pollard 1755-1838 and aquatinted by Francis Jukes 1747-1812, pub. by John Raphael Smith, 1785" oil on Canvas.
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