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The Reign of Comus (begun by Mantegna, most work done by Costa after Mantegna's death)

by Lorenzo Costa

The Reign of Comus (begun by Mantegna, most work done by Costa after Mantegna
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The Reign of Comus (begun by Mantegna, most work done by Costa after Mantegna's death) - Lorenzo Costa

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English: "The Reign of Comus (begun by Mantegna, most work done by Costa after Mantegna's death)" oil on Canvas, location: Musée du Louvre, Paris, France.
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Lorenzo Costa

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