File:Hadrian VI.jpg

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Pope Adrian VI (Hadrian VI) (en:Pope Adrian VI)
Date May 24-25, 1523? Apparently the Venetian envoy Sanuto Marino writes in his diary that on those dates, a young Dutch painter made two portraits of the Pope. (see link above for source)
Centraal Museum of Utrecht
Source/Photographer Centraal Museum of Utrecht.

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current10:25, 27 March 2018Thumbnail for version as of 10:25, 27 March 2018532 × 676 (231 KB)Alonso de Mendozabetter
13:34, 17 October 2006Thumbnail for version as of 13:34, 17 October 2006533 × 675 (213 KB)GDK*Description: Pope Adrian VI (Hadrian VI) *Artist: Jan van Scorel, 17th cent. {{PD-old}}

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