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Frame for Sir Joshua Reynolds PRA 'Portrait of Sir William Chambers, R.A.',
Carved pine. 1505 mm x 1247 mm. © Photo: Royal Academy of Arts, London.
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Attributed to Thomas Vialls (1719 - 1781)
RA Collection: Art
1505 mm x 1247 mm
Sir Joshua Reynolds PRA
Portrait of Sir William Chambers, R.A., ca. 1780
Oil on panel
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