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A SOUTHERN INDIAN POLYCHROME WOOD SCULPTURE
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A SOUTHERN INDIAN POLYCHROME WOOD SCULPTURE OF A DANCING FIGURE, ATTRIBUTED TO KARNATAKA, 18TH/19TH CENTURY, : A SOUTHERN INDIAN POLYCHROME WOOD SCULPTURE...

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