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The Screen of Abbot Islips Chapel and the Entrance to the Chapel of St Erasmus

by Frederick Mackenzie

The Screen of Abbot Islips Chapel and the Entrance to the Chapel of St Erasmus - Frederick Mackenzie
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The Screen of Abbot Islips Chapel and the Entrance to the Chapel of St Erasmus - Frederick Mackenzie

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English: "The Screen of Abbot Islips Chapel and the Entrance to the Chapel of St Erasmus" oil on Canvas.
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Frederick Mackenzie

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