Bosch Hieronymus. Ѕлудный сын. ѕечать на холсте, бумаге
Bosch Hieronymus. Ѕлудный сын. ѕечать на холсте, бумаге

Bosch Hieronymus. Ѕлудный сын. ѕечать на холсте, бумаге

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Author Hieronymus Bosch (1460 -1516)
Media of Original Painting Oil on wood
Countries The Art of the Netherlands
Epochs Art about 17th сenturies
Publication type Custom print
Date of Origin 1510
Maximum printed size 100х100
Size of original, cm 71.3x70.7

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