Master of the Female Half-Lengths

The Virgin and Child

The Virgin and Child
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Author: Master of the Female Half-Lengths
Painting, Oil on panel, 53.2x42.4 cm
Origin: Netherlands, First half of the 16th century
Personage: Madonna and Child
Source of entry: Stroganov Palace Museum, Petrograd, 1922
Theme: The Bible and Christianity
Exibition: Netherlandish Art: 15th - early 17th centuries

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