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Egyptian Stage Design for Act III of 'Moise et Pharaon' by Rossini, first produced in Paris on 26th March 1827

by Auguste Caron

Egyptian Stage Design for Act III of
Order as handmade oil painting

Egyptian Stage Design for Act III of 'Moise et Pharaon' by Rossini, first produced in Paris on 26th March 1827 - Auguste Caron

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English: "Egyptian Stage Design for Act III of 'Moise et Pharaon' by Rossini, first produced in Paris on 26th March 1827" oil on Canvas.
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1827

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Auguste Caron

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