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Priest baptising, illustration from Religious Ceremonies and Customs of all the nations of the world, published Amsterdam, 1723

by Bernard Picart

Priest baptising, illustration from Religious Ceremonies and Customs of all the nations of the world, published Amsterdam, 1723 - Bernard Picart
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Priest baptising, illustration from Religious Ceremonies and Customs of all the nations of the world, published Amsterdam, 1723 - Bernard Picart

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English: "Priest baptising, illustration from Religious Ceremonies and Customs of all the nations of the world, published Amsterdam, 1723" oil on Canvas, location: Bibliotheque des Arts Decoratifs Paris.
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1723

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Bernard Picart

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