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Image: Cervantes Jáuregui
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Description: Portrait of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra commonly said to be that which, according to the prologue to Cervantes' "Exemplary Novels", was painted by Juan de Jáuregui. Modern scholarship does not accept this, or any other graphic representation of Cervantes, to be authentic.
Title: Portrait of Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra (1547-1615)
Credit: 1. Unknown 2. cervantesvirtual.com 3. The Bridgeman Art Library, Object 119216
Author: Atribuido a Juan de Jauregui y Aguilar (circa 1583 - 1641)
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License: Public domain
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