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Notes on the Inventory of Paintings Belonging to John, Lord Lumley, in 1590, and on the Painter Using the Monogram He, Usually Assigned to Lucas D'Heere

Lionel Cust
The Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs
Vol. 14, No. 72 (Mar., 1909), pp. 366-368
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/857800
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