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Illustration of a horse en Croupade from New Treatise for Breeding Horses written by Winters, Stuterey and Reit-Schul, pub. 1672

by Peter Paul Troschel

Illustration of a horse en Croupade from New Treatise for Breeding Horses written by Winters, Stuterey and Reit-Schul, pub. 1672 - Peter Paul Troschel
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Illustration of a horse en Croupade from New Treatise for Breeding Horses written by Winters, Stuterey and Reit-Schul, pub. 1672 - Peter Paul Troschel

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English: "Illustration of a horse en Croupade from New Treatise for Breeding Horses written by Winters, Stuterey and Reit-Schul, pub. 1672" oil on Canvas.
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1672

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Peter Paul Troschel

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