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English: Nuremberg and Venetian Women
English: The Venetian woman is presumably wearing chopines, which is why she looks taller.
Date between 1496 and 1497
Medium pen drawing on paper
Dimensions Height: 241 mm (9.49 in). Width: 160 mm (6.3 in).
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