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File:Brooklyn Museum - Jesus Sits by the Seashore and Preaches (Jésus s'assied au bord de la mer et prêche) - James Tissot.jpg

Français : Jésus s'assied au bord de la mer et prêche
English: Jesus Sits by the Seashore and Preaches
Date between 1886 and 1894
Medium opaque watercolor over graphite on gray wove paper
Dimensions 25.9 × 19.2 cm (10.2 × 7.6 in)
European Art collection
Accession number 00.159.109
Credit line purchase by public subscription
Notes Signature bottom right: J.J. Tissot
Source/Photographer Online Collection of Brooklyn Museum; Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 2006, 00.159.109_PS1.jpg
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