File:Artus Quellinus I - St. Peter.tiff

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English: St. Peter by Artus Quellinus I, St. Andrew's Church, Antwerp, marble, between 1657 and 1664
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Source http://balat.kikirpa.be/photo.php?path=B33489&objnr=55157&lang=en-GB#related
Author C.G.L.W.
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