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The Agiosoritissa, Mother of God, anonymous icon, seventh century.
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The Annunciation, Fra Angelico, 1431-1433, Prado Museum, Madrid.
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Our Lady of Guadalupe, 1531, Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico City, Mexico.
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Madonna and Child with Two Angels, Filippo Lippi, 1406-1469, Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy. Luisa Ricciarini / Leemage
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The Head of the Virgin, Leonardo da Vinci, 1508-12, The Metropolitan Museum of Arts, New York City, USA.
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Virgin Mary, Francesco Francia, approx. 1450, Art Museum of North Carolina, Raleigh, USA.
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Virgin Mary, detail of the Altar of Ghent, Hubert van Eyck, 1432, St. Bavo Cathedral, Ghent, Belgium.
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Coronation of the Virgin, El Greco, 1591, Santa Cruz Museum, Toledo, Spain.
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Madonna and Child, Luis de Morales, approx. 1565, Prado Museum, Madrid.
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The Madonna of the Magnificat, Sandro Boticelli, 1483, Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy.
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Virgin Mary, El Greco, 1585, Museum of Arts, Strasbourg, France.
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Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Byzantine Icon, 13th or 14th century.
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