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Follower of Sandro Botticelli, An Allegory

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This work was formerly ascribed to Jacopo del Sellaio. The subject may be an allegory of fertility. It may ultimately depend on Botticelli's Venus and Mars and may once have had a similar function as part of the furnishings of a patrician bedchamber, perhaps installed close to, or over, the bed.

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