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Amelia Jane Murray, The Moth Fairy 1800s. Amelia Jane Murray...

Amelia Jane Murray, The Moth Fairy 1800s. Amelia Jane Murray (1800 to 1896) or Lady Oswald, was a Victorian fairy artist from the Isle of Man in Scotland.
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