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Raphael Coxie
The Last Judgment.
Date c. 1588-1589 Medium Oil on panel Dimensions 300 x 369 cm (118.1 x 145.3 in) cjr
ID: 86189

Raphael Coxie The Last Judgment.
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Raphael Coxie The Last Judgment.


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Raphael Coxie

painted The Last Judgment in 1588  Related Paintings of Raphael Coxie :. | Diogenes searches for a man | The Judgment of Cambyses (left panel) drah | Peasant Wedding | Teach and deeds of the Antichrist | Factory |
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Johann Barthold Jongkind
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