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    Le dejeuner - the luncheon. Oil on canvas (1739) 81.5 x 65.5 cm RF 926

    40-11-05/27

    Wedding banquet at Yport. Canvas

    40-15-03/56

    Lunch for a miner's family in Bytom,Polands richest coal region in Upper Silesia,1956.

    56-08-24/ 2A

    Summer landscape (July, August): Harvesters resting and eating. Detail. Canvas (1585) Total size 116 x 198 cm Inv. 1060

    40-05-03/36

    Le dejeuner (The lunch) Oil on canvas, 1873-1874 160 x 201 cm

    40-11-05/42

    Lunch for a miner's family in Bytom,Polands richest coal region in Upper Silesia,1956.

    56-08-24/23

    Le dejeuner sur l'herbe with painters Gustave Courbet (left) and (centre) Frederic Bazille (1865-1866 and 1884). Oil on canvas, 1865-1866 248 x 217 cm R.F. 1987-12 and R.F. 1957-7

    40-12-04/29

    Railroad repairshop at Halkapinar,Izmir,Turkey. Technical assistance provided by the Marshall Plan helped speed up repairwork on locomotives and lorries. Workers get lunch at the factory.Cook and director taste it before it is served.

    51-08-05/26

    Hans Haakoe lives and paints on his isolated island, Haakoe near Tromsoe. Serving lunch to his friends.

    54-15-22/ 6

    Le dejeuner des harengs. Canvas, 53 x 44 cm R.F. 373

    39-19-02/23

    Scene champetre - A rural scene, 1911 Paper on canvas, 80 x 57 cm MNPL 205

    39-19-06/58

    Dejeuner sur l'Herbe (Picknick) Fragment Oil on canvas, 1865 RF 1957-7

    40-12-01/48

    Railroad repairshop at Halkapinar,Izmir,Turkey. Technical assistance provided by the Marshall Plan helped speed up repairwork on locomotives and lorries. Workers get lunch at the factory.Cook and director taste it before it is served.

    51-08-05/27

    Lunch at the Waldstein-Restaurant one of the best in Prague in Communist times.

    56-06-24/ 6

    Lunch box of a Mohawk steel worker from Caughawaga, Canada. Mohawk Indians, the artist says, work in New York, drink beer and, when drunk, see pink buffaloes instead of pink elephants. Inv. AM 1983-N37/1

    30-04-01/39

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