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Small winged altar with the Resurrection of Christ St Barbara and St Catharine

by Lucas The Elder Cranach

Small winged altar with the Resurrection of Christ St Barbara and St Catharine - Lucas The Elder Cranach
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Small winged altar with the Resurrection of Christ St Barbara and St Catharine - Lucas The Elder Cranach

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English: "Small winged altar with the Resurrection of Christ St Barbara and St Catharine" oil on Canvas.
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Lucas The Elder Cranach

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