Maria Jose Cabeza. "Santa María del Mar. Gothic. Barcelona". Gouache on paper. Hand signed.

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Maria Jose Cabeza. "Santa María del Mar. Gothic. Barcelona". Gouache on paper. Hand signed. 36x50cm. good condition


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