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Storm at Sea or Saints Mark, George and Nicholas Freeing Venice from Demons is a c. 1528 oil on canvas painting by Palma Vecchio, now in the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice. It was partly completed in 1535 by Paris Bordon after Palma's death.

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  • Storm at Sea or Saints Mark, George and Nicholas Freeing Venice from Demons is a c. 1528 oil on canvas painting by Palma Vecchio, now in the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice. It was partly completed in 1535 by Paris Bordon after Palma's death. (en)
  • La burrasca in mare conosciuto anche come i santi Marco, Giorgio e Nicola liberano Venezia dai demoni è una pittura a olio tela di Jacopo Palma il Vecchio, datato presumibilmente intorno al 1528 e conservato nella pinacoteca del Gallerie dell'Accademia di Venezia. Parte del disegno fu completato nel 1535 da Paris Bordon dopo la morte del Negretti. (it)
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  • Storm at Sea or Saints Mark, George and Nicholas Freeing Venice from Demons is a c. 1528 oil on canvas painting by Palma Vecchio, now in the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice. It was partly completed in 1535 by Paris Bordon after Palma's death. (en)
  • La burrasca in mare conosciuto anche come i santi Marco, Giorgio e Nicola liberano Venezia dai demoni è una pittura a olio tela di Jacopo Palma il Vecchio, datato presumibilmente intorno al 1528 e conservato nella pinacoteca del Gallerie dell'Accademia di Venezia. Parte del disegno fu completato nel 1535 da Paris Bordon dopo la morte del Negretti. (it)
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