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Going to Work Acrylic Print by Jean Francois Millet. All acrylic prints are professionally printed, packaged, and shipped within 3 - 4 business days and delivered ready-to-hang on your wall. Choose from multiple sizes and mounting options.

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Description More The Gleaners (Des glaneuses) is an oil painting by Jean-François Millet completed in 1857. It depicts three peasant women gleaning a field of stray grains of wheat after the harvest. The painting is famous for featuring in a sympathetic way what were then the lowest ranks of rural society; this was received poorly by the French upper classes. This 2000-piece jigsaw puzzle by Tomax is 28.75"x40.2" when finished. TOMAX has been specializing in jigsaw puzzles for over two…

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“Francois Morellet (30 April 1926–10 May 2016) was a French contemporary painter, sculptor, and light artist. His early work prefigured minimal art and conceptual art, and he played a prominent role…

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sur-les-epaules-des-geants François Schuiten & Benoît Peeters and the Obscure Cities Welcome to Altaplana, the impossible and infinite encyclopedia of the world of The Obscure Cities, originally named Les Cités Obscures and its authors François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters. [François Schuiten, Benoît Peeters and their Les Cités Obscures] François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters started to explore these cities in the early 1980s. In this fictional world, humans live in independent city-states, …

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Microfiber polyester silky scarf with a slightly transparent effect. Vivid one side print, visible on the reverse. Madame de Pompadour-Francois Boucher,1756

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Jean-François Millet [1814-1875] pittore Francese, fu il primo degli otto figli di Jean-Louis Nicolas e di Aimée Henriette Adélaïde Henry, una coppia di piccoli contadini, molto religiosi, di Gruchy, frazione del paesino normanno di Gréville. La povertà della famiglia non gli consentì di ricevere un'istruzione di primo livello, ma sembra che ad essa un suo prozio prete abbia cercato di supplire facendogli leggere, oltre la Bibbia, anche un poco di latino.

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