Dante And Virgil In Hell, Bouguereau

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  • Carefully bubble wrapped and boxed to prevent damage in transit
  • Free choice of 6 wrapping types
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Product Description

Art print of William Aldolphe Bouguereau – Dante And Virgil In Hell.

This art print is available printed on canvas or framed. The wrap or border can be gallery wrapped or plain white.

Additional Information

Art Type

Framed Prints, Paper Prints, Rolled Canvas, Stretched Canvas Print

Dimensions

Small 12in x 16in (305mm x 406mm), Medium 18in x 24in (457mm x 610mm), Large 24in x 32in (610mm x 813mm), X Large 32in x 43in (813mm x 1092mm), XX Large 40in x 53in (1016mm x 1346mm)

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  • Annabelle Viviers

    I just wanted to advise that I received the scroll last week, and it is absolutely brilliant, I am really thrilled with it.

    -Annabelle Viviers

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    Thank you so much for the beautiful canvas of our beautiful granddaughter. I had a bad day at work but when I came home to find the canvas I had a tear.

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