Talk:Baronci Altarpiece

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Circle of Perugino's Predellas[edit]

The predellas stated as "surviving fragments" are not by Raphael and I haven't been able to confirm that they're somehow connected to the Baronci altarpiece. They're attributed to the circle of Pietro Perugino. Including by the [Detroit Institute of Art]. Should we take this information off? Does anyone knows if they are indeed part of the Baronci altarpiece? Dornicke (talk) 00:06, 9 August 2008 (UTC)

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