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 Grabar Igor. Hoar. Art prints on a stretcher 4050

Grabar Igor. Hoar. Art prints on a stretcher 4050

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Time of shipment 3-5 working days
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Author Igor Grabar (1871 -1960)
Media of Original Painting Oil on canvas
Paper type Canvas, 410 /2, wood
Genres Winter Landscape
Epochs Art of the 20th centuries
Publication size B3 (40x50 )
Publication type Art prints on a stretcher
Date of Origin 1906
Size of original, cm 112.4x160.3
Canvas, 410 /2, wood

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