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Photo of Siegfried about to Deny on Oath that Brunhild Had Been his Paramour. Verso: The Figures Traced Through

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Siegfried about to Deny on Oath that Brunhild Had Been his Paramour. Verso: The Figures Traced Through

Artist: Henry Fuseli 1741-1825
Date: 1805
Classification: on paper, unique
Medium: Graphite and watercolour on paper. Verso: graphite on paper
Dimensions: support: 255 x 415 mm

Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996

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Scanned (DPI): 300 DPI
File Type: JPEG
Max File Size: 26.08 MB
Max Print Size: 30 x 21.8 cm
Color Profile: Adobe RGB (1998)

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