Pedro de Noguera
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Pedro de Noguera (Barcelona, c. 1580 – Lima c. 1660) was a Spanish sculptor and architect. He learned his art in Seville. In 1619 he moved to Viceroyalty of Peru and worked mostly in Lima where he executed with Martín Alonso de Mesa the choirstalls of the Cathedral.
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