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"The Painter's Children in the Japanese Room" pencil case
Metal. 20.5 x 6 x 2 cm.
The elongated, clearly Japanese-inspired format of The Painter's Children in the Japanese Room (1874), one of Mariano Fortuny's most celebrated works, is accentuated in this useful pencil case, that will help you organise your writing and drawing materials. Pencils not included.
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