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Français : Peinture attribuée à Joseph Légaré, L'incendie du Parlement à Montréal, vers 1849. Huile sur bois, 38,2 x 50,3 cm. Don de Dr. W. D. Lighthall et Mr. Hugh Mackay
Date Vers 1849
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