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Once More Roland Blew His Ivory Horn, plate from The Story of France by Mary MacGregor, 1911

by (after) Rainey, William

Once More Roland Blew His Ivory Horn, plate from The Story of France by Mary MacGregor, 1911 - (after) Rainey, William
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Once More Roland Blew His Ivory Horn, plate from The Story of France by Mary MacGregor, 1911 - (after) Rainey, William

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English: "Once More Roland Blew His Ivory Horn, plate from The Story of France by Mary MacGregor, 1911" oil on Canvas.
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1911

Author

(after) Rainey, William

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