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|Artist||Raphael and Workshop|
|Medium||oil on wood|
|Dimensions||158 cm × 125 cm (62 in × 49 in)|
|Location||Palazzo Pitti, Florence|
It portraits a very old Saint Anne who is seated and holds out to the Virgin her son. There is a Saint John seated, nude, and behind Saint Anne another female saint.
During the Napoleonic occupation, the painting was brought to Paris in 1799, and then returned in 1815 .
- David Alan Brown, Jane Van Nimmen (2005). Raphael and the Beautiful Banker. Yale University Press. p. 14.
- Pierluigi De Vecchi, Raphael, Rizzoli, Milan 1975.
- Marco Chiarini, Palatine Gallery and Royal Apartments, Syllables, Livorno 1998. ISBN 978-88-86392-48-8
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