Return of the Prodigal Son

Return of the Prodigal Son
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Drawings, Pen and brown wash, brush and grey wash, Circle-diameter 25 cm
Origin: Netherlands, 1620s
Source of entry: Collection of the Academy of Arts, Leningrad, 1924
School: Netherlands
Theme: The Bible and Christianity

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