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Published by Bradbury and Evans .
Written in English


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A handbook to the gallery of British paintings in the Art Treasures Exhibition, being a reprint of critical notices originally published in The Manchester Guardian., Bradbury and Evans, London,pp.N M6 H3 (YCBA RARE BOOKS), Also available at SML Fiche B Fiche N and online at View all British paintings.

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