History Painting

St Roche, Patron of the Plague-stricken

St Roche, Patron of the Plague-stricken
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History Painting, Drawings, Lead pencil, pen and black and brown ink, white, 52.6x35.8 cm
Origin: Flanders, Circa 1625, Rubens, Pieter Paul
Personage: St Roch
Style: Baroque
Source of entry: Collection of Count Cobenzl, Brussels, 1768
Theme: The Bible and Christianity

See also

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