Giovanni Francesco Barbieri

Raising of Tabitha. Sketch for the Painting ''The Raising of Tabitha'', Galleria Palatina, Palazzo Pitti, Florance

Raising of Tabitha. Sketch for the Painting ''The Raising of Tabitha'', Galleria Palatina, Palazzo Pitti, Florance
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Author: Giovanni Francesco Barbieri
Drawings, Pen and brush and brown wash, 20x24 cm
Origin: Italy, Circa 1618
Personage: St Peter, Apostle
Style: Baroque
Source of entry: Collection of Count Cobenzl, Brussels, 1768
School: Bologna
Theme: The Bible and Christianity

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