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English: Sir David Wilkie, The Chelsea Pensioners reading the Waterloo Dispatch, 1822. Apsley House, The Wellington Museum, London (Trustees of the V&A). The Collection of the first Duke of Wellington in his own London home, open to the public.
Date 1822
Source Tate, File


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