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Artist Escuela flamenca (??). Atribuida a Gerard David (??). Anónimo flamenco (del Círculo de Jan Gossaert).
Possible imagen de Isabel la Católica, reina de Castilla (о Santa Catalina de Alejandría), en el retablo «La Virgen de la Mosca» («Sagrada Familia con Santa Magdalena y Santa Catalina»).
Date c. 1520.
Notes From [Image:0007fb13.jpg] obviously
Source/Photographer La colegiata de Santa María la Mayor, de Toro (Zamora).


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