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Young Man Walking with Dogs in Fontainebleau Forest Painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir



Young Man Walking with Dogs in Fontainebleau Forest - Famous Art work & Drawing by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Young Man Walking with Dogs in Fontainebleau Forest. 1866. Oil on canvas. Museu de Arte de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

 

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