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File:Goya Maja naga2.jpg


Title Spanish: La maja desnuda
The Nude Maja
Object type Painting
Date between circa 1795 and circa 1800
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 98 × 191 cm (38.6 × 75.2 in)
room 36
Accession number P00742
Source/Photographer The Nude Maja. On-line gallery. Museo Nacional del Prado.
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