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Master of the Saint Ursula Legend
Portrait of a Lady with a Carnation

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Master of the Saint Ursula Legend Portrait of a Lady with a Carnation
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Master of the Saint Ursula Legend Portrait of a Lady with a Carnation


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Master of the Saint Ursula Legend

Flemish Northern Renaissance Painter, active 1475-1500  Related Paintings of Master of the Saint Ursula Legend :. | Portrait of a Lady with a Carnation | St Michael Fighting Demons | Portrait of Ludovico Portinari | St Veronica with the Sudarium | Virgin and Child with an Angel |
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