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Nature Morte Aux Huitres by George Braque

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George Henry, Geisha Girl. 1894.  Interest in oriental themes was stimulated in Glasgow by an exhibition of Oriental art held in the city in 1882.

George Henry, Geisha Girl. 1894. Interest in oriental themes was stimulated in Glasgow by an exhibition of Oriental art held in the city in 1882.

СТАРИННЫЕ КОРОЛЕВСКИЕ СПАЛЬНИ - Интересное и забытое - быт и курьезы прошлых эпох.

СТАРИННЫЕ КОРОЛЕВСКИЕ СПАЛЬНИ - Интересное и забытое - быт и курьезы прошлых эпох.

https://flic.kr/p/5gLZi4 | Château de Valençay Indre Val de Loire Berry France | Château de Valençay is a residence of the d'Estampes and Talleyrand-Périgord families in the commune of Valençay, the Indre département of France. Although geographically it is part of the province of Berry, its architecture invites comparison with the Renaissance châteaux of the Loire Valley, notably the Château de Chambord. The manor was praised as "one of the most beautiful on earth" by George Sand,...

https://flic.kr/p/5gLZi4 | Château de Valençay Indre Val de Loire Berry France | Château de Valençay is a residence of the d'Estampes and Talleyrand-Périgord families in the commune of Valençay, the Indre département of France. Although geographically it is part of the province of Berry, its architecture invites comparison with the Renaissance châteaux of the Loire Valley, notably the Château de Chambord. The manor was praised as "one of the most beautiful on earth" by George Sand,...

Château de Valençay is a residence of the d'Estampes and Talleyrand-Périgord families in the commune of Valençay, the Indre département of France. Although geographically it is part of the province of Berry, its architecture invites comparison with the Renaissance châteaux of the Loire Valley, notably the Château de Chambord. The manor was praised as "one of the most beautiful on earth" by George Sand, who also noted that "no king has owned a more picturesque park"...

Château de Valençay is a residence of the d'Estampes and Talleyrand-Périgord families in the commune of Valençay, the Indre département of France. Although geographically it is part of the province of Berry, its architecture invites comparison with the Renaissance châteaux of the Loire Valley, notably the Château de Chambord. The manor was praised as "one of the most beautiful on earth" by George Sand, who also noted that "no king has owned a more picturesque park"...

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