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Birds eye view of the International Overseas Exhibition at Marseille

by J. H. Lambert

Birds eye view of the International Overseas Exhibition at Marseille - J. H. Lambert
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Birds eye view of the International Overseas Exhibition at Marseille - J. H. Lambert

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English: "Birds eye view of the International Overseas Exhibition at Marseille" oil on Canvas.
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1922

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J. H. Lambert

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