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Guido Reni: 'The Coronation of the Virgin'
The subject is more properly the Glorification of the Virgin, who is usually shown crowned by Christ and God the Father. Here the Virgin is crowned by angels (possibly as 'Regina angelorum' - Queen of angels) and elements of the Assumption are mingled with those of the Glorification.

The most evolved of Reni's treatments of the subject and generally dated about 1607.

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