King Asa of Juda Destroying the Idols  

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 King Asa of Juda Destroying the Idols (early 17th century) by Monsù Desiderio
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King Asa of Juda Destroying the Idols (early 17th century) by Monsù Desiderio

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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King Asa of Juda Destroying the Idols is a painting by Monsù Desiderio. Although the subject is taken from the Old Testament, the picture is an excuse for one of the artist's dramatic effects.

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