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The Good Shepherd (oil on panel) Wall Decal
XPH330496 The Good Shepherd (oil on panel) by Cranach, Lucas, the Elder (1472-1553); Angermuseum, Erfurt, Germany; (add. info.: Der Gute Hirte); German, out of copyright

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11" x 16" $9 $12 $20 $64 $69
17" x 24" $14 $16 $29 $100 $99
23" x 32" $19 $24 $43 $149 $129
28" x 40" $25 $33 $58 $208 N/A

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on January 18, 2012 at 6:56 AM

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The Good Shepherd (oil on panel) Wall Decal

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