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Attributed to Bernardino da Asola: 'The Garden of Love'

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Known as 'The Garden of Love' on account of the foreground figures who have some of the attributes of love - flowers, musical instruments and paired doves - and the couple embracing in the middle distance.

Formerly attributed to the Venetian School, 15th-16th century, and to the School of Giorgione. The costume dates from about 1540 and may be Brescian in character.

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