Adding wallpapers in gnome shell in Debian

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Debian Adding wallpapers in gnome shell in Debian

I'm trying add wallpapers in /usr/share/backgrounds/gnome. And I already put the image file jpg in local specified before and added configuration in /usr/share/gnome-background-properties/gnome-backgrounds.xml.

<wallpaper deleted="false">

                <name xml:lang="pt">nnnn</name>

But they won't displayed in Settings - Background.
What I should to do to new image to be displayed?

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Nobody to try help me.In tha made wrong?
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