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The Betrothal: Lessons: The Shipwreck, after 'Marriage a la Mode' by Hogarth

Artist: Paula Rego born 1935
Date: 1999
Classification: on paper, unique
Medium: 3 works on paper, pastel, mounted onto aluminium
Dimensions: displayed: 1650 x 5000 mm

Purchased with assistance from the Art Fund and the Gulbenkian Foundation 2002

© Paula Rego

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