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Queen Marie of Romania, nee Princess Marie of Edinburgh
Date 1936
Medium painting
Source/Photographer http://jssgallery.org/other_artists/philip_alexius_de_laszlo/Queen_Marie.html
Other versions Philip Alexius de Laszlo - Queen Marie of Roumania, née Princess Marie of Edinburgh, 1936.jpg

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