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VERHAGHEN, Pieter Jozef
The Presentation in the Temple a er

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VERHAGHEN, Pieter Jozef The Presentation in the Temple a er
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VERHAGHEN, Pieter Jozef The Presentation in the Temple a er


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VERHAGHEN, Pieter Jozef

Flemish painter (b. 1728, Aarschot, d. 1811, Leuven).   Related Paintings of VERHAGHEN, Pieter Jozef :. | mansken | Prince Rupert of the Palatinate | Le Parc Monceau | Wave | The Adoration of the Magi |
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