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19 July 1834 - 27 September 1917. French painter.

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Germain Hilaire Edgard Degas
A Woman with Chrysanthemums
mk161 Oil on canvas 29x36cm
ID: 41306

Germain Hilaire Edgard Degas A Woman with Chrysanthemums
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Germain Hilaire Edgard Degas A Woman with Chrysanthemums


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Germain Hilaire Edgard Degas

1834-1917 impressionism,French  Related Paintings of Germain Hilaire Edgard Degas :. | Portrait of Elena Carafa | In a Cafe | Dance Foyer at the Opera | Ballet Dancers | After the Bath,Woman Drying Herself |
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