File:Jacques Blondeau - Heroicae virtutis imagines (images of heroic deeds).tiff

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English: Heroicae virtutis imagines (Images of heroic deeds); Print made by: Jacques Blondeau After: Pietro da Cortona, published by: Giovanni Giacomo de' Rossi, date c. 1677, published in Rome, etching engraving , height: 189 millimetres, width: 334 millimetres (plate), Height: 364 millimetres, Width: 480 millimetres (image), The British Museum
Castor and Pollux holding the reins of two horses, after Pietro da Cortona's lunette in the Sala di Giove of the Palazzo Pitti in Florence
Date 17th century
Source http://www.britishmuseum.org
Author Jacques Blondeau
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