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Tulips, roses, morning glory, campanulas and other flowers in a glass vase with primulas on a marble ledge, a wooded landscape beyond

by Pieter Faes

Tulips, roses, morning glory, campanulas and other flowers in a glass vase with primulas on a marble ledge, a wooded landscape beyond - Pieter Faes
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Tulips, roses, morning glory, campanulas and other flowers in a glass vase with primulas on a marble ledge, a wooded landscape beyond - Pieter Faes

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English: "Tulips, roses, morning glory, campanulas and other flowers in a glass vase with primulas on a marble ledge, a wooded landscape beyond" oil on Canvas.
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Pieter Faes

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