19th century portrait of a French priest is informal dining area with oak table and Hungarian bench seat

19th century portrait of a French priest is informal dining area with oak table and Hungarian bench seat

Image ID: 13393949
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Photographer: © living4media / von Einsiedel, Andreas Portrait
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Location:Sussex, UK
Print size: approx. 16.37 × 24.53 inch at 300 dpi
ideal for prints up to Ledger (11” × 17”)

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Early 19th century crystal chandelier above traditional French school desk with ebonized side chair 18th century Linen-covered Napoleon armchair on casters with early 19th century crystal chandelier and traditional French school desk 19th century portrait of a French priest is informal dining area with oak table and Hungarian bench seat 1940s Belgian oak armoire with painted factory lampshades in Quaker style kitchen with granite worktops

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