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St. Dominic Resurrecting Forty Drowned Pilgrims, lunette from the fresco cycle of the Life of St. Dominic, in the cloister of St. Dominic, c.1698

by Cosimo Ulivelli

St. Dominic Resurrecting Forty Drowned Pilgrims, lunette from the fresco cycle of the Life of St. Dominic, in the cloister of St. Dominic, c.1698 - Cosimo Ulivelli
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St. Dominic Resurrecting Forty Drowned Pilgrims, lunette from the fresco cycle of the Life of St. Dominic, in the cloister of St. Dominic, c.1698 - Cosimo Ulivelli

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English: "St. Dominic Resurrecting Forty Drowned Pilgrims, lunette from the fresco cycle of the Life of St. Dominic, in the cloister of St. Dominic, c.1698" oil on Canvas, location: Museo di San Marco, Florence, Italy.
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1698

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Cosimo Ulivelli

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