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''Artistes de Cirque'' ("Circus Artists") oil on canvas, by Maurice Blum. The scene shows the clown Geronimo Medrano rehearsing a dog act in the construction of the Cirque Fernando, Boulevard de Rochechouart in  Paris (1875) — ''Private Collection''
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''Artistes de Cirque'' ("Circus Artists") oil on canvas, by Maurice Blum (1832-1909). The scene shows the clown Geronimo Medrano rehearsing a dog act in the construction of the Cirque Fernando, Boulevard de Rochechouart in  Paris (1875) — ''Private Collection''
  
 
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Artistes de Cirque ("Circus Artists") oil on canvas, by Maurice Blum (1832-1909). The scene shows the clown Geronimo Medrano rehearsing a dog act in the construction(French) A temporary circus building, originally made of wood and canvas, and later, of steel elements supporting a canvas top and wooden wall. Also known as a "semi-construction." of the Cirque Fernando, Boulevard de Rochechouart in Paris (1875) — Private Collection

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