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Panorama of London and the Thames, part three showing Southwark, London Bridge and the churches in the City, c.1600

by Nicolaes (Claes) Jansz Visscher

Panorama of London and the Thames, part three showing Southwark, London Bridge and the churches in the City, c.1600 - Nicolaes (Claes) Jansz Visscher
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Panorama of London and the Thames, part three showing Southwark, London Bridge and the churches in the City, c.1600 - Nicolaes (Claes) Jansz Visscher

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English: "Panorama of London and the Thames, part three showing Southwark, London Bridge and the churches in the City, c.1600" oil on Canvas.
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1600

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Nicolaes (Claes) Jansz Visscher

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