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    1. <dc:creator xml:lang="es">El Greco</dc:creator>

    2. <dc:description xml:lang="en">El Greco was born in the Venetian territory of Crete and trained in Venice before moving to Rome. There he encountered the work of Michelangelo, whose influence is visible in the composition of this Lamentation. After leaving Rome, El Greco lived and worked in Spain, where he painted most of his masterpieces.</dc:description>

    3. <dc:description xml:lang="en">Philadelphia Museum of Art</dc:description>

    4. <dc:description xml:lang="es">firmado</dc:description>

    5. <dc:description>Repository/Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art</dc:description>

    6. <dc:identifier>2874</dc:identifier>

    7. <dc:identifier>14</dc:identifier>

    8. <dc:identifier>7a</dc:identifier>

    9. <dc:identifier> Gallery 254, European Art 1500-1850, second floor (Rubenstein Gallery)</dc:identifier>

    10. <dc:language>es</dc:language>

    11. <dc:source xml:lang="en">Philadelphia Museum of Art</dc:source>

    12. <dc:source xml:lang="es">http://www.philamuseum.org/collections/permanent/102629.html?mulR=1644138867|4</dc:source>

    13. <dc:title xml:lang="es">Piedad</dc:title>

    14. <dc:type xml:lang="es">Pintura</dc:type>

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