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Portrait of Augusta, Princess of Wales (1719-1772), three-quarter-length, in an ermine-trimmed dress, her left hand resting on her crown

by (after) Jean Baptiste Van Loo

Portrait of Augusta, Princess of Wales (1719-1772), three-quarter-length, in an ermine-trimmed dress, her left hand resting on her crown - (after) Jean Baptiste Van Loo
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Portrait of Augusta, Princess of Wales (1719-1772), three-quarter-length, in an ermine-trimmed dress, her left hand resting on her crown - (after) Jean Baptiste Van Loo

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English: "Portrait of Augusta, Princess of Wales (1719-1772), three-quarter-length, in an ermine-trimmed dress, her left hand resting on her crown" oil on Canvas.
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(after) Jean Baptiste Van Loo

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