File:George Buysse - The Church of Saint-Catherine at Wondelgem (Ghent).jpg

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Georges Buysse: The Church of Saint-Catherine at Wondelgem  wikidata:Q21674617 
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creator QS:P170,Q2247930
Georges Buysse: The Church of Saint-Catherine at Wondelgem
Title
The Church of Saint-Catherine at Wondelgem
Object type painting
Description
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Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent
Medium oil
medium QS:P186,Q296955
institution QS:P195,Q2365880
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References described at URL: http://mskgent.be/collection/work/data/1904-P

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Date 30 July 2016, 13:57:25
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