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A hilly bay, seen from a wall over a roof

by John Absolon

A hilly bay, seen from a wall over a roof - John Absolon
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A hilly bay, seen from a wall over a roof - John Absolon

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English: "A hilly bay, seen from a wall over a roof" oil on Canvas.
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John Absolon

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