File:Thomas Rowlandson (19).jpg

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A man and a woman making love. Man sitting smoking a pipe and drinking.
label QS:Len,"A man and a woman making love. Man sitting smoking a pipe and drinking."
label QS:Lfr,"Un home et un femme faisant l'amour. L'homme, assis, fume la pipe et boit."
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