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Deutsch: Königin Juana "Die Wahnsinnige" (1479-1555)
Date circa 1495-1496
Deutsch: Holz
Deutsch: 36 x 24,5 cm Rahmenmaße: Originalrahmen oben halbrund abgeschlossen: 37 x 25 x 1,9 cm
Deutsch: Beschriftung: Auf der unteren Rahmenleiste:

Inv.-Nr. GG_4450
Provenienz: Ambraser Slg.

Abgebildete Person: Königin Johanna I. Tochter des Ferdinand von Kastilien Aragon


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