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Portrait Of Young Boy, Half Length, Wearing White With An Elaborate Ruff And Resting His Hand On The Table Said To Be Filippo De Medici

by (after) Tiberio Titi

Portrait Of Young Boy, Half Length, Wearing White With An Elaborate Ruff And Resting His Hand On The Table Said To Be Filippo De Medici - (after) Tiberio Titi
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Portrait Of Young Boy, Half Length, Wearing White With An Elaborate Ruff And Resting His Hand On The Table Said To Be Filippo De Medici - (after) Tiberio Titi

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English: "Portrait Of Young Boy, Half Length, Wearing White With An Elaborate Ruff And Resting His Hand On The Table Said To Be Filippo De Medici" oil on Canvas.
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(after) Tiberio Titi

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