"Portrait of Pope Innocent X" by Diego Velázquez
Located in the Doria Pamphilj Gallery in Rome, Italy, the celebrated “Portrait of Pope Innocent X” was painted by the great Spanish Renaissance master Diego Velázquez around 1650. Velázquez depicts the Baroque pope in a realistic and detailed manner, capturing both the pope’s refined intelligence and love of the finer things in life. Buona visione!


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