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Garofalo: 'An Allegory of Love'

Garofalo worked at Ferrara and this ambitious composition of about 1530, probably a court commission, reflects the influence of the mythological paintings sent to that city by Titian in the 1520s. Its subject is mysterious: a contrast may be intended between the two pairs of lovers. An episode in a romance involving twins is also a possibility.


 
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