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Erich Wichman, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1959 designed by Willem Sandberg
Erich Wichman, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1959 designed by Willem Sandberg
Erich Wichman, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1959 designed by Willem Sandberg
Erich Wichman, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1959 designed by Willem Sandberg
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