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    • Asdis Stefansdottir

      Page: St. Jerome Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Completion Date: c.1480 Place of Creation: Milan, Italy Style: Early Renaissance Genre: religious painting Technique: oil, tempera Material: panel Dimensions: 73.5 x 103 cm Gallery: Vatican Museums and Galleries, Vatican City, Italy

    • Heidi Saigg

      Leonardo Da Vinci (1452 - 1519) #art #arte #painting #pintura #leonardodavinci #museum #RT #followme #pinterest

    • Melanie Jean Juneau

      Leonardo da Vinci: Pinacoteca, St. Jerome The Vatican: All The Paintings Book Opens Up Religious Art Of The Vatican Museum

    • Spyros Thalassinos

      Masters of Art: Leonardo DaVinci (1452 – 1519)

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