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Artist: Giovanni di Paolo (Giovanni di Paolo di Grazia) (Italian, Siena 1398–1482 Siena)Date: ca. 1445Medium: Tempera on wood, gold ground (partly checkered with modern red glazes)Accession: 41.190.16On view in:Not on view