Antonio de Puga

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Author: Antonio de Puga
Genre Painting, Painting, Oil on canvas, 120x160 cm
Origin: Spain, 1635
Source of entry: Collection of William Coesvelt, Amsterdam, 1815
School: Madrid
Exibition: Spanish Art: 15th - 19th centuries

See also

Antonio de Puga - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Antonio de Puga nace en Orense, en 1602, hijo del sastre del mismo nombre y de Ynés Rodríguez, fue el Primer artista de Galicia verdaderamente notable, ...
Page two of Escandon Settlement of New Spain
It was shortly abandoned, and then reestablished on Decemh thirty families under the command of Antonio de Puga, and twenty-eight families ...
Goya's final flowering: the Frick is displaying Goya's late work ...
3) dated 1824, and identified (although without proof) in 1916 as Maria Martinez de Puga, a young woman perhaps related to the Don Dionisio Antonio de Puga ...

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