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Angels showing the Instruments of the Passion to the Infant Christ and the Holy Family

by (after) Antonio Balestra

Angels showing the Instruments of the Passion to the Infant Christ and the Holy Family - (after) Antonio Balestra
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Angels showing the Instruments of the Passion to the Infant Christ and the Holy Family - (after) Antonio Balestra

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English: "Angels showing the Instruments of the Passion to the Infant Christ and the Holy Family" oil on Canvas.
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(after) Antonio Balestra

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