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"Las Meninas" notebook
Lined paper. Stapled binding. A5 (15 x 21 cm). 32 sheets (64 pages).
The cover of this useful notebook reproduces most of Las Meninas (1656), a unique creation by Velázquez. In it you will find, along with other characters, the Infanta Margarita of Austria and the two "meninas" that eventually gave its name to this painting, originally entitled The Family of Philip IV.
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