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File:Chardin pastel selfportrait.jpg


Français : Autoportrait aux besicles
Date 1771
Medium pastel on paper
Dimensions size
Département des Arts Graphiques
Accession number no.inv. INV 25206, Recto
References Joconde database: entry 50350011334
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