Lorenzo Lippi 005



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Deutsch: Erzherzogin Maria Leopoldine (1632-1649), 2. Gemahlin von Ferdinand III.
English: Maria Leopoldine, Archduchess of Austria (1632-1649), daughter of Leopold V, Archduke of Austria and Count of Tyrol, and his wife Princess Claudia of Medici, second wife of Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III


Deutsch: Leinwand
Deutsch: 200 x 110 cm Rahmenmaße: 218 x 128 x 8 cm
Deutsch: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Gemäldegalerie
Deutsch: Wien
Deutsch: Inv.-Nr. GG_8119 Provenienz: Aus Ambras


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