File:Pfingstwunder wolfegg.jpg

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Description
Deutsch: Pfingstwunder, Sammlung Waldburg-Wolfegg auf Schloss Wolfegg
English: The Pentecost, Waldburg-Wolfegg Collection at Wolfegg Castle
Date
Deutsch: Ende 15. Jh.
English: End of 15th century
Source Hoher Adel - Schöne Kunst, ISBN 3-86136-108-6,p. 67
Author
Deutsch: Meister des Salemer Heiligenaltars
English: Master of the Salem Heiligenaltar

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