File:La Rivière by Aristide Maillol (Museum of Modern Art New York).jpg

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English: 'The River'
Français : La Rivière
Date 1943 (cast 1948)
Medium a lead statue
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23:30, 15 March 2013 1,118 × 700 (174,135 bytes) w:en:B (talk | contribs) Reverted to version as of 22:17, 20 June 2007 - restoring larger version
03:42, 28 November 2008 300 × 188 (19,872 bytes) w:en:Melesse (talk | contribs) {{Non-free reduced|~~~~~}}
22:17, 20 June 2007 1,118 × 700 (174,135 bytes) w:en:Wmpearl (talk | contribs) 'The River', a lead sculpture by Aristide Maillol, 1943 (cast 1948), Museum of Modern Art (New York City) ==Licensing== '''Fair use rationale:''' # This is a historically significant work that could not be conveyed in words. # Inclusion is for informatio

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