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Series: Dossier De L'Art

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Chasseriau: Prodige du Romantisme by Dossier De L'Artnot in English Common Knowledge
Lyon Musee des Arts Decoratifs/Dossier de l'Art No 48 by Jeanne Faton-Boyancenot in English Common Knowledge
Le Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy : nouveau parcours des collections by Dossier De L'Artnot in English Common Knowledge
le musée du quai Branly,événement des collections d'exception by N° 131 Dossier de l'Artnot in English Common Knowledge
The new ORSAY; The museum; collections by Jeanne FatonSpecial Issue No 13 Orsay
Tresors De L'Art: Le musee de Cluny Devient Musee National Du Moyen Age (Dossier de L'Art, February 6, 1992) by Dossier De L'Artnot in English Common Knowledge
Dossier De L'art N° 78 : Cathédrales. 20 Siècles D'art Et D'histoire by Dossier De L'Artnot in English Common Knowledge23
Dossier de l'art n°30, juin-juillet 1996 : La faïence de Nevers by Dossier De L'Artnot in English Common Knowledge30
Dossier de l'art n°69, septembre 2000 : Les plus beaux costumes d'opéra by Dossier De L'Artnot in English Common Knowledge69
Dossier de l'art n°70, octobre 2000 : La faïence française du XIIIe au XVIIe siècle by Dossier De L'Artnot in English Common Knowledge70
Dossier de l'art, n°88 : Apothéose du baroque en Allemagne du Sud 1680-1750 by Dossier De L'Artnot in English Common Knowledge88
Dossier de l'Art n° 149 Mai 2008 : Peintures françaises du XVIIIe des églises de Paris by Dossier De L'Artnot in English Common Knowledge149
Dossier de l'Art n° 169 Décembre 2009 : le domaine de Sceaux by Dossier De L'Artnot in English Common Knowledge169
Dossier de l'Art n° 171 Février 2010 : Androuet du Cerceau 1520-1586, l'inventeur de l'architecture à la française ? by Dossier De L'Artnot in English Common Knowledge171

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