Parmigianino

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Author: Parmigianino
Genre Painting, Prints, Etching, line engraving and drypoint, 14.7x10.3 cm
Origin: Italy, Circa 1528
Style: Mannerism
School: Parma
Theme: Classical Religion and Mythology

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