Hans van Aachen

Allegory of Peace, Art and Abundance

Allegory of Peace, Art and Abundance
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Author: Hans van Aachen
Painting, Oil on canvas, 197x142 cm
Origin: Germany, 1602
Style: Mannerism
Source of entry: Gatchina Palace Museum, 1925
Theme: Allegory
Exibition: German Art: 15th - 18th centuries

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