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Classifications: Prints

Classifications: Prints
Bischoffshiem
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.304
St. Polten - Pilgrims
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.305
Boulevard Des Italiens
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.306
Peasants Selling, Strasburg
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.307
Interesting Meeting - Bayeux
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.308
Anbachers, Ansbach
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.309
Harvest, Augsbourg
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.310
Beggars, Eperney
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.311
Women Resting, Paris
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.312
Returning From Labor, Havre
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.313
Family Group, Caen
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.317
Interesting Story, St. Gilgin
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.318
Road to Rouen from Dieppe, Diligence
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.319
Itinerant, Vitry Sur Marne
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.320
Peddler and Wife near Jumieges
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.321
Industrious Group, Toul
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.322
Peasants Conversing, Munich
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.323
Family Quarrel, Gmunden
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.324
Fruit Stall, Paris
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.325
Women Purchasing Fish, Dieppe
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.326
Market, Stuttgart
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.327
Peasants Resting, Luneville
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.328
Washing Vegetables, Heming
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.329
Dandies, Neumarket
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.330
Barber Shop, Rouen
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.331
Milk Women, Ittenheim
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.332
Peasants Returning From Market, Nancy
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.314
Students, Ulm
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.315
Saluting Virgin, Vienna
George Lewis
ca. 1821
44.316
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.