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The Corridor and the last Cabinet of the Egyptian Collection in the Ambraser Collection of the Lower Belvedere

by Carl Goebel

The Corridor and the last Cabinet of the Egyptian Collection in the Ambraser Collection of the Lower Belvedere - Carl Goebel
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The Corridor and the last Cabinet of the Egyptian Collection in the Ambraser Collection of the Lower Belvedere - Carl Goebel

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English: "The Corridor and the last Cabinet of the Egyptian Collection in the Ambraser Collection of the Lower Belvedere" oil on Canvas, location: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria.
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Date

1875

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Carl Goebel

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