Portrait of Perugino (Raphael)

Portrait Of Perugino (Raphael)

The Portrait of Perugino is a portrait of the Italian Renaissance artist Perugino attributed to his pupil Raphael or to Lorenzo di Credi. It was produced around 1504 and is now in the Uffizi gallery, Florence.

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