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Cherry blossom Viewing at Kiyomizu Hall in Ueno

by Ogata Gekko

Cherry blossom Viewing at Kiyomizu Hall in Ueno - Ogata Gekko
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Cherry blossom Viewing at Kiyomizu Hall in Ueno - Ogata Gekko

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English: "Cherry blossom Viewing at Kiyomizu Hall in Ueno" oil on Canvas.
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Ogata Gekko

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