Picture Of Melusine By Ludwig Michael Von Schwanthaler 1845

Picture Of Melusine By Ludwig Michael Von Schwanthaler 1845

Description

German Sculture “ Melusine”, from 19th century , in the Russell Cotes Museum and Art Gallery, Bournemouth, Dorset, England.

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Public domain

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