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A still life with tulips, roses, a red turban cup lily, auricula, jasmin, an iris, carnations and other flowers in a vase, all in a stone niche.
17th century Oil on canvas 82,6 x 63,6 cm cjr
ID: 74947

unknow artist A still life with tulips, roses, a red turban cup lily, auricula, jasmin, an iris, carnations and other flowers in a vase, all in a stone niche.
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unknow artist A still life with tulips, roses, a red turban cup lily, auricula, jasmin, an iris, carnations and other flowers in a vase, all in a stone niche.


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