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Hiroshige - View Artist Bio Series Upright Tokaido Title Fujikawa - Snow at yamanaka village near Fujikawa. Date Of Work 1855

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Jules Chauvin: atelier de dorure et d'encadrements... 1893. Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). Thomas J. Watson Library. Trade Catalogs. #flexibility #dancer | The art of dancing.

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