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Sala dei Giganti, detail of the destruction of the giants by Jupiters thunderbolts, 1536

by Giulio Romano (Orbetto)

Sala dei Giganti, detail of the destruction of the giants by Jupiters thunderbolts, 1536 - Giulio Romano (Orbetto)
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Sala dei Giganti, detail of the destruction of the giants by Jupiters thunderbolts, 1536 - Giulio Romano (Orbetto)

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English: "Sala dei Giganti, detail of the destruction of the giants by Jupiters thunderbolts, 1536" oil on Canvas.
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1536

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Giulio Romano (Orbetto)

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