File:Charles W. Hawthorne - The Trousseau.jpg

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Artist
Title The Trousseau wikidata:Q19924520
Date
Medium oil on canvas mounted on panel
Dimensions 101.6 × 101.6 cm (40 × 40 in)
Gallery 774
Accession number 11.78
Credit line George A. Hearn Fund, 1911
Inscriptions [at upper left]: C.W. Hawthorne
Source/Photographer Metropolitan Museum of Art, online collection

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