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The Destruction of the Temple

Artist: Samuel Colman (or Coleman) 1780-1845
Date: c.1830-40
Classification: painting
Medium: Oil paint on canvas
Dimensions: support: 1356 x 1965 mm

Purchased 1975

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Scanned (DPI): 300 DPI
File Type: JPEG
Max File Size: 16.95 MB
Max Print Size: 25 x 17 cm
Color Profile: Adobe RGB (1998)

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