Giovanni Battista Paggi

Madonna and Child with the Saints

Madonna and Child with the Saints
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Author: Giovanni Battista Paggi
Drawings, Pen and brush and brown wash with traces of sketch in black chalk, 28.8x21.3 cm
Origin: Italy, 1590
Personage: Madonna and Child
Source of entry: Yusupov Palace Museum, Leningrad, 1925
School: Genoa
Theme: The Bible and Christianity

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