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Artist Rolf Nesch (1893-1975)
Title Elbe Bridge I
Description 335 × 595 mm (13.19 × 23.43 in)
Date 1932
Source/Photographer Photo: Jacques Lathion, Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo
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Uploader User:Hhjelle is the rightful heir to Mr. Rolf Nesch. He also owns the original image, and the rights to the photo from Nasjonalgalleriet where the painting is depositet. See discussion page for more information. Cnyborg 13:46, 13 June 2006 (UTC)

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