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The Peacock, illustration from Le Dictionnaire dHistoire Naturelle by Charles dOrbigny, engraved by A. Fournier

by Edouard Travies

The Peacock, illustration from Le Dictionnaire dHistoire Naturelle by Charles dOrbigny, engraved by A. Fournier - Edouard Travies
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The Peacock, illustration from Le Dictionnaire dHistoire Naturelle by Charles dOrbigny, engraved by A. Fournier - Edouard Travies

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English: "The Peacock, illustration from Le Dictionnaire dHistoire Naturelle by Charles dOrbigny, engraved by A. Fournier" oil on Canvas.
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