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English: Most canonical portrait of José de San Martín.
Español: El retrato más canónico de José de San Martín.

Date 1829 or 1827 (the exact date is disputed)
Source Museo Histórico Nacional
Author The exact author is disputed. Some sources attribute it to Jean Baptiste Madou, others to the art teacher of San Martin's daughter, and others suspect it to be the work of many different people.
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