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Joseph and Mary arrive at Bethlehem but find there is no room for them at the inn

by William Brassey Hole

Joseph and Mary arrive at Bethlehem but find there is no room for them at the inn - William Brassey Hole
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Joseph and Mary arrive at Bethlehem but find there is no room for them at the inn - William Brassey Hole

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English: "Joseph and Mary arrive at Bethlehem but find there is no room for them at the inn" oil on Canvas.
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William Brassey Hole

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