The Beginning of the French Revolution
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The Citizens of Paris giving their Jewels to the National Convention - Brothers Lesueur
The French Vow Long Live Freedom or Die the Meeting of a Swordsman and a Member of the Revolutionary Committee - Brothers Lesueur
Entering The Harbour In Stormy Weather - William Webb
Arab Prisoners - John Evan Hodgson
Rowena came into the room carrying a beautiful golden cup - A.S. Forrest
A busy market, The Hague - Floris Arntzenius
After a hard day's work - Willem Carel Nakken
The Artist's Studio - Anatolio Scifoni
Eros and Ganymede - Alfred Sacheverell Coke
A horseman falling over the brow of a hill, his arms outstretched - Salvator Rosa
Two men looking upward a fragment - (after) Domenico Tintoretto (Robusti)
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