Anthony van Dyck

Mars and Venus

Mars and Venus
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Author: Anthony van Dyck
Drawings, Black chalk, 45.8x31.4 cm
Origin: Flanders, 1622
Personage: Mars
Style: Baroque
Source of entry: Collection of Count Cobenzl, Brussels, 1768
Theme: Classical Religion and Mythology

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