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English: Picture from Wiki EN portal. Original license shown below: Back View of the Church of St. Eustache and Dispersion of the Insurgents by Charles Beauclerk (1813 - 1861).
Français : Estampe, Vue arrière de l'église Saint-Eustache et dispersion des insurgés, Lord Charles Beauclerk (1813-1842), 1840. Encre et aquarelle sur papier - Lithographie - 26.5 x 36.6 cm
Date 1837 event, depicted in 1840
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Author Lord Charles Beauclerk (1813-1842)

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