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File:Santiago de Liniers.jpg

Artist Anonymous
Depicted person: Santiago de Liniers (1753–1810).
Date 19th century, after 1812.
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 82 cm (32.3 in). Width: 67 cm (26.4 in).
room VII
Accession number 675
Credit line
English: Purchased in 1850.
Español: Comprado en 1850.
References Centro Virtual Cervantes
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