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Isenheim Altar, formerly the main altar in Antoniterklosters Isenheim-Alsace, second show side, middle panel, the Nativity scene, detail Madonna

by Matthias Grunewald (Mathis Gothardt)

Isenheim Altar, formerly the main altar in Antoniterklosters Isenheim-Alsace, second show side, middle panel, the Nativity scene, detail Madonna - Matthias Grunewald (Mathis Gothardt)
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Isenheim Altar, formerly the main altar in Antoniterklosters Isenheim-Alsace, second show side, middle panel, the Nativity scene, detail Madonna - Matthias Grunewald (Mathis Gothardt)

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English: "Isenheim Altar, formerly the main altar in Antoniterklosters Isenheim-Alsace, second show side, middle panel, the Nativity scene, detail Madonna" oil on Canvas.
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