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File:Gian Lorenzo Bernini - Portrait d'Urbain VIII.jpg


Title Portrait of Pope Urban VIII
Date circa 1625
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 10 × 12 cm (3.9 × 4.7 in)
Notes Housed in the Salon of Pietro da Cortona of the Palazzo Barberini
Source/Photographer Villas et palais de Rome de Carlo Cresti et Claudio Rendina, photographies de Massimo Listri, traduction de l'italien par Jean-Philippe Follet. Paris : Mengès, novembre 1998, p. 308. ISBN 9782856204092 / Oxxo


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