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Photo of <i>from</i> A Series of Etchings by James Barry, Esq. from his Original and Justly Celebrated Paintings, in the Great Room of the Society of Arts, Satan, Sin and Death
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from A Series of Etchings by James Barry, Esq. from his Original and Justly Celebrated Paintings, in the Great Room of the Society of Arts, Satan, Sin and Death

Artist: James Barry 1741-1806
Date: c.1792-1808
Classification: on paper, print
Medium: Etching on paper
Dimensions: image: 563 x 423 mm

Purchased 1992

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Scanned (DPI): 300 DPI
File Type: JPEG
Max File Size: 17.36 MB
Max Print Size: 17.4 x 24.9 cm

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