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Ball at Larins, an illustration for Eugene Onegin, by Alexander Pushkin 1799-1837, 1911

by Aleksi Stepanovich Stepanov

Ball at Larins, an illustration for Eugene Onegin, by Alexander Pushkin 1799-1837, 1911 - Aleksi Stepanovich Stepanov
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Ball at Larins, an illustration for Eugene Onegin, by Alexander Pushkin 1799-1837, 1911 - Aleksi Stepanovich Stepanov

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English: "Ball at Larins, an illustration for Eugene Onegin, by Alexander Pushkin 1799-1837, 1911" oil on Canvas, location: Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia.
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1911

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Aleksi Stepanovich Stepanov

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