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Distant view of a town with a chateau on the right

by Adam Frans van der Meulen

Distant view of a town with a chateau on the right - Adam Frans van der Meulen
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English: "Distant view of a town with a chateau on the right" oil on Canvas.
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Adam Frans van der Meulen

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