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File:Claude Monet The Cliffs at Etretat.jpg


Title The Cliffs at Etretat
Date 1885
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 65 x 81,1 cm
Notes Signature bottom right: Claude Monet 85
Source/Photographer Unknown


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