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    centuriespast: 1490’s Bartolomeo Montagna (Bartolomeo Cincani) (Italian, Vicentine, before 1459–1523) ~ Saint Justina of Padua; The Met Museum of Art

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    #Italian #Renaissance -- Saint Justina of Padua -- 1490s -- Bartolomeo Montagna (Bartolomeo Cincani)  (Italian, Vicentine, before 1459–1523) -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    Saint Justina of Padua. Bartolomeo Montagna (Bartolomeo Cincani), ca. 1490

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