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Agnolo Bronzino | Maria Magdalena, 1565

Mary Magdalene (Young Florentine Woman portrayed as the Magdalene) is an painting of about 1565 by the Florentine painter Agnolo Bronzino.
It is now in the Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas.
Shoulder length representation of a young woman holding an alabaster ointment jar in her proper right hand.
She is blond, has a halo, and turns to the left.
She wears a green dress and a yellow scarf (identified as cangiant).
She has pearls in her hair.