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Jose Legarda
Portrait of Manuel de Alday, bishop of Santiago de Chile

ID: 80267

Jose Legarda Portrait of Manuel de Alday, bishop of Santiago de Chile
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Jose Legarda Portrait of Manuel de Alday, bishop of Santiago de Chile


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Jose Legarda

painted Portrait of Manuel de Alday, bishop of Santiago de Chile in 1772  Related Paintings of Jose Legarda :. | Mercury piping to Argus | the martydom of st james. | Cafe de Nuit Arles | Khusraw Discovers Shirin Bathing, From Pictorial Cycle of Eight Poetic Subjects | Bust of an old man in a fur cap (mk33) |
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