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Title Portrait of Young Catherine of Aragon (1485-1536)
Deutsch: Bildnis einer Fürstin (Infantin Katharina von Aragon (1485-1536), Königin von England?)
English: Young Catherine of Aragon, first wife of Henry VIII of England, by Michel Sittow. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. This is a contemporary painting of the princess around the time she came to England.
Eesti: Aadlidaami portree (Aragoni Katariina?), Kunsthistorisches Museum, Viin
Date circa 1503-1504
Medium oak panel
Deutsch: 29 × 20,5 cm Rahmenmaße: 36 x 27,7 × 5 cm
Accession number GG 5612
Deutsch: Beschriftung: Bez. am Halsband mit dem Buchstaben K; am Brustbein C; Provenienz: Ambraser Slg.


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