File:Nikolay Dubovskoy Raduga.jpg

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English: The Rainbow. 1892. Oil on canvas. Novocherkassk Museum of History of the Don Cossacks, Russian Federation
Русский: Радуга. 1892. Холст, масло. Новочеркасский музей истории донского казачества, Российская Федерация
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