Giovanni Battista Cima da Conegliano

Madonna and Child

Madonna and Child
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Author: Giovanni Battista Cima da Conegliano
Painting, Oil on canvas, 65x53 cm
Origin: Italy, Between 1496 and 1499
Personage: Madonna and Child
Source of entry: via the State Museum Fund from the collection of L. M. and E. L. Kochubei, Petrograd, 1920
School: Venetian
Theme: The Bible and Christianity
Exibition: Italian Art: 13th - 18th centuries

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