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The Field of Waterloo as it appeared the Morning after the Memorable Battle of the 18th June 1815

by John Heaviside Clark (after)

The Field of Waterloo as it appeared the Morning after the Memorable Battle of the 18th June 1815 - John Heaviside Clark (after)
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The Field of Waterloo as it appeared the Morning after the Memorable Battle of the 18th June 1815 - John Heaviside Clark (after)

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English: "The Field of Waterloo as it appeared the Morning after the Memorable Battle of the 18th June 1815" oil on Canvas.
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1815

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John Heaviside Clark (after)

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