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Scene from the opera LUltimo Giorno de Pompeii by Pacini, produced at La Scale in Milan in the autumn of 1827

by Alessandro Sanquirico

Scene from the opera LUltimo Giorno de Pompeii by Pacini, produced at La Scale in Milan in the autumn of 1827 - Alessandro Sanquirico
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Scene from the opera LUltimo Giorno de Pompeii by Pacini, produced at La Scale in Milan in the autumn of 1827 - Alessandro Sanquirico

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English: "Scene from the opera LUltimo Giorno de Pompeii by Pacini, produced at La Scale in Milan in the autumn of 1827" oil on Canvas.
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1827

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Alessandro Sanquirico

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