Two Pleasant Anticipations
Claude Raguet Hirst - circa 1897
909 x 1280 • 411 KB
Owner/Location: Private collection
Dates: circa 1897
Artist age:Approximately 42 years old.
Dimensions: Height: 35.56 cm (14 in.), Width: 25.4 cm (10 in.)
Medium: Painting - oil on canvas
Entered by: Member rocsdad on 21 September 2011.
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