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Lasker Awards and papal portraiture: turning fields upside down

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Figure 1: Papal portraiture, from Raphael to Titian to Velázquez.
Figure 2: Three portrait versions of Pope Innocent X.

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Goldstein, J. Lasker Awards and papal portraiture: turning fields upside down. Nat Med 15, 1137–1140 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/nm1009-1137

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