Francisco de Solis

Mary Magdalene and Angels

Mary Magdalene and Angels
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Author: Francisco de Solis
Painting, Oil on canvas, 110x82 cm
Origin: Spain, Second half of the 17th century
Source of entry: acquired from J.M. Paez de la Cadena, St Petersburg, 1834
Theme: The Bible and Christianity

See also

Francisco de Solís - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Francisco de Solís o Francisco Solís, puede referirse a: Francisco de Solís Quiñones y Montenegro (? – 1545), médico, sacerdote, secretario del papa Pablo III.
Francisco de Solís (pintor) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Francisco de Solís (1620 - 1684), fue un pintor español, hijo de Juan de Solís y adscrito a la escuela madrileña del pleno barroco. Hombre culto, coleccionista ...
Juan Díaz de Solís - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Juan Díaz de Solís (1470 – 20 January 1516) was a 16th Century navigator and explorer. ... His brother-in-law, Francisco de Torres, took charge of the ships and  ...
Francisco de Solís y Folch de Cardona - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia ...
Francisco de Solís y Folch de Cardona (Madrid 16 de febrero de 1713 - Roma 21 de marzo de 1775), fue un cardenal español, obispo de Córdoba y Sevilla.

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