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Artemisia, by Rembrandt, from Prado in Google Earth



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German: Artemisia (also described as Sophonisbe ?)

Deutsch: 2. Drittel 17. Jh.
English: 2nd third of 17th century

17th century


oil on canvas


142 × 153 cm (55.9 × 60.2 in)


The Prado in Google Earth: Home - 7 th level of zoom, JPEG compression quality: Photoshop 11.

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