Paris Vu Par Les Artistes Japonais Bulletin - La Porte Bonheur
Paris Vu Par Les Artistes Japonais Bulletin - La Porte Bonheur
Paris Vu Par Les Artistes Japonais Bulletin - La Porte Bonheur
Paris Vu Par Les Artistes Japonais Bulletin - La Porte Bonheur
Paris Vu Par Les Artistes Japonais Bulletin - La Porte Bonheur
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Paris Vu Par Les Artistes Japonais Bulletin

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Paris Vu Par Les Artistes Japonais bulletin. Paintings of Paris by Japanese artists. Bulletin comes from an exhibit at Musée Carnavalet from 1985-1986. Text is in French. 

    • Paris Vu Par Les Artistes Japonais bulletin measures 24 x 19 cm (9.4 x 7.5 inches).
    • In good condition, slight wear consistent with age and use

    Paris Vu Par Les Artistes Japonais bulletin comes from Bouquiniste Gury Handan. 

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