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The Rape of Europa 1740-50

by Francesco Zuccarelli

The Rape of Europa 1740-50 - Francesco Zuccarelli
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The Rape of Europa 1740-50 - Francesco Zuccarelli

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English: "The Rape of Europa 1740-50" oil on Canvas, location: Gallerie dell' Accademia, Venice, Italy.
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Francesco Zuccarelli

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Gallerie dell' Accademia, Venice, Italy

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