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Evelyn De Morgan: English: Love's Passing
artist QS:P170,Q235903
English: Love's Passing
Date 1883-1884
Current location
De Morgan Centre - London (United Kingdom)
Source/Photographer [1]


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07:22, 7 September 2006Thumbnail for version as of 07:22, 7 September 2006738 × 484 (106 KB)Shell KinneyEvelyn de Morgan (British, 1850-1919) Category:Evelyn de Morgan

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