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The Triumph of Catholic Doctrine, personified in St. Thomas Aquinas, from the Spanish Chapel

by Bonaiuto (Andrea da Firenze) Andrea di

The Triumph of Catholic Doctrine, personified in St. Thomas Aquinas, from the Spanish Chapel - Bonaiuto (Andrea da Firenze) Andrea di
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The Triumph of Catholic Doctrine, personified in St. Thomas Aquinas, from the Spanish Chapel - Bonaiuto (Andrea da Firenze) Andrea di

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English: "The Triumph of Catholic Doctrine, personified in St. Thomas Aquinas, from the Spanish Chapel" oil on Canvas.
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