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English: Gold diggings, Ararat, c.1858, by Edwin Roper Loftus Stocqueler, oil painting, presented by Sir William Dixson, 1929, State Library of New South Wales DG 15
Date c.1858
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Author Edwin Roper Loftus Stocqueleralso known as Edward Roper
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