Dreyfus Collection. [Alternate subtitle from half-title: Certain of the sculptures from the collection of Gustave Dreyfus, Paris, which was acquired in its entirety from the executors of his estate in MDCCCXXX by Sir Joseph Duveen, bart.]
by Kennedy, Clarence and Joseph Duveen
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- Dreyfus Collection. [Alternate subtitle from half-title: Certain of the sculptures from the collection of Gustave Dreyfus, Paris, which was acquired in its entirety from the executors of his estate in MDCCCXXX by Sir Joseph Duveen, bart.]
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