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French Painters Relief - Man Walking And Carrying A Cane In His Right Hand, Shown In Three-quarters View With His Head Turned by Antoine Watteau

Man Walking And Carrying A Cane In His Right Hand, Shown In Three-quarters View With His Head Turned is a relief by Antoine Watteau which was uploaded on October 21st, 2019.

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