Weird Sisters: Ministers of Darkness, Minions of the Moon
Photo Credit: photo: T. Rodriguez
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Weird Sisters: Ministers of Darkness, Minions of the Moon1791
247 x 351 mm (9.7 x 13.8 in.)
James Gillray, British (English), (1757–1815)
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- sheet Dimensions: 247 x 351 mm (9.7 x 13.8 in.)
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