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Title The Cheat with the Ace of Clubs
Object type Painting
Date between circa 1630 and circa 1634
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 97.8 × 156.2 cm (38.5 × 61.5 in)
Accession number AP 1981.06
Notes There is a later version of the same composition in the Louvre.

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