File:Siemiginowski Armida abducts Rinaldo.jpg

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Andrea Camassei: Armida abducts Rinaldo  wikidata:Q18599532 
Formerly attributed to Andrea Camassei
Andrea Camassei: Armida abducts Rinaldo
Armida abducts Rinaldo.
Object type painting
Date turn of the 17/18th century
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 98 cm (38.5 in); Width: 134 cm (52.7 in)
Accession number
NM 27
References Mariusz Karpowicz (2010). "Rinaldo i Armida" Siemiginowskiego w Sztokholmie. Studia Wilanowskie. Vol. 17, p. 17-24


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