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Le Bain turc (The Turkish bath). Oil on canvas, 1862.
Dimensions H. 108 cm (3 ft. 6 ½ in.), W. 110 cm (3 ft. 7 ¼ in.)
Department of Paintings
Accession number RF 1934
Credit line Gift of the Société des Amis du Louvre, with the contribution of Maurice Fenaille, 1911

Joconde database: entry 000PE001525


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