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Title Ville-d’Avray
Date c. 1867
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 49.3 × 65.5 cm (19.4 × 25.8 in)
not on view
Accession number 1955.9.1
Credit line Gift of Count Cecil Pecci-Blunt
Notes Picture prepared for Wikipedia by Adrian Pingstone in April 2003.
References National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC


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  • (del) (cur) 11:44, 29 April 2003 . . Arpingstone (Talk) . . 750x554 (97164 bytes) (Corot Ville pic)
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