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The Guardian Angel 1656 - Pietro Da Cortona (Barrettini)
The Guardian Angel 1656 - Pietro Da Cortona (Barrettini)
Portrait of Beatrice Cenci c. 1662 - Elisabetta Sirani
Portrait of Beatrice Cenci c. 1662 - Elisabetta Sirani
Portrait Of Gian Lorenzo Bernini 1665 - Baciccio II
Portrait Of Gian Lorenzo Bernini 1665 - Baciccio II
Parting of Sts Peter and Paul Led to Martyrdom 1625-26 - Giovanni Serodine
Parting of Sts Peter and Paul Led to Martyrdom 1625-26 - Giovanni Serodine
Cain and Abel - Pietro Novelli
Cain and Abel - Pietro Novelli
Venus Playing the Harp (Allegory of Music) 1630-34 - Giovanni Lanfranco
Venus Playing the Harp (Allegory of Music) 1630-34 - Giovanni Lanfranco
Rural Scene 1640 - Angeluccio
Rural Scene 1640 - Angeluccio
Samson and Delilah 1630s - Matthias Stomer
Samson and Delilah 1630s - Matthias Stomer
Judith Beheading Holofernes (detail 1) c. 1598 -  Caravaggio
Judith Beheading Holofernes (detail 1) c. 1598 - Caravaggio
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