File:The Apostle Matthew Mair von Landshut.jpg

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Mair von Landshut: Q27982620  wikidata:Q27982620 
Mair von Landshut: Q27982620
English: The Apostle Matthew
Object type painting
Date between circa 1500 and circa 1510
Medium on beech wood
Dimensions Height: 408 mm (16.06 in); Width: 178 mm (7 in)
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Source/Photographer Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien


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