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Interior of the Great Exhibition of All Nations, 1851

by Edmund Walker

Interior of the Great Exhibition of All Nations, 1851 - Edmund Walker
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Interior of the Great Exhibition of All Nations, 1851 - Edmund Walker

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English: "Interior of the Great Exhibition of All Nations, 1851" oil on Canvas, location: Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England.
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1851

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Edmund Walker

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