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A Masterpiece of Spanish Painting

USA, 1962 (MIFF 1963, Painters)

Director: Harry Atwood

A stylistic and iconographic explanation of the twenty-six panels of the Hispano-Flemish retablo of Ciudad Rodrigo by Fernando Gallego. Blue Ribbon Award, American Film Festival.

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