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 Petrovichev Pyotr. Flowers in a Jug -- Globeflowers. Art prints on a stretcher

Petrovichev Pyotr. Flowers in a Jug -- Globeflowers. Art prints on a stretcher

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Author Pyotr Petrovichev (1874 -1947)
Media of Original Painting Oil on canvas
Paper type Canvas, 410 г/м2, wood
Publication size B3 (40x50 см)
Publication type Art prints on a stretcher
Size of original, cm 60x50
Canvas, 410 г/м2.

See also:
Petrovichev Pyotr. Flowers in a Jug -- Globeflowers. Art print on canvas
Flowers in a Jug -- Globeflowers. Fine art print B3

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