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Artist Copley, John Singleton
English: Watson and the Shark
Year 1778
English: Oil on canvas
English: 72 x 90 1/4" (182.9 x 229.2 cm)
Current location
English: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
English: Boston

Template:Creator:John Singleton Copley

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