Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres:
Painting ‘Odalisque in Grisaille’, 1824-34

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Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres:
Painting ‘Odalisque in Grisaille’, 1824-34

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Limited, 199 copies | Reproduction on canvas | Museum framing | Format 83 x 67 cm

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Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres: Painting ‘Odalisque in Grisaille’, 1824-34

Original: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. _x000D_

Reproduction of the painting on canvas, Limited edition of 199 copies. With solid wood museum framing, as illustrated. Format 83 x 67 cm.

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