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The King of Gwalior and Some of his Courtiers, from Voyage in India, engraved by Jules Trayer 1824-1901 pub. in London, 1858

by (after) Soltykoff, A.

The King of Gwalior and Some of his Courtiers, from Voyage in India, engraved by Jules Trayer 1824-1901 pub. in London, 1858 - (after) Soltykoff, A.
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The King of Gwalior and Some of his Courtiers, from Voyage in India, engraved by Jules Trayer 1824-1901 pub. in London, 1858 - (after) Soltykoff, A.

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English: "The King of Gwalior and Some of his Courtiers, from Voyage in India, engraved by Jules Trayer 1824-1901 pub. in London, 1858" oil on Canvas.
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