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Niccolò Betti - Annunciation,  Oil on panel, arched top, 181 x 137 cm, Private collection

Niccolò Betti - Annunciation, Oil on panel, arched top, 181 x 137 cm, Private collection

Cornelis de Man - A Man Weighing Gold, c. 1670, Oil on canvas, 82 x 68 cm, Private collection

Cornelis de Man - A Man Weighing Gold, c. 1670, Oil on canvas, 82 x 68 cm, Private collection

Giulio Romano - The Lovers, (detail) c. 1525, Oil on panel, transferred to canvas, 163 x 337 cm, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Giulio Romano - The Lovers, (detail) c. 1525, Oil on panel, transferred to canvas, 163 x 337 cm, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Agnolo Bronzino. Portrait of Eleonora of Toledo as a Young Woman. Detail. 1543. Oil on panel. 59 x 46 cm. Narodni Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic.

Agnolo Bronzino. Portrait of Eleonora of Toledo as a Young Woman. Detail. 1543. Oil on panel. 59 x 46 cm. Narodni Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic.

Tintoretto - Marriage at Cana, 1561, Oil on canvas, 435 x 535 cm, Santa Maria della Salute, Venice

Tintoretto - Marriage at Cana, 1561, Oil on canvas, 435 x 535 cm, Santa Maria della Salute, Venice

REMBRANDT Harmenszoon van Rijn:  Belshazzar's Feast,  c. 1636,  Oil on canvas, 168 x 209 cm,  National Gallery, London

REMBRANDT Harmenszoon van Rijn: Belshazzar's Feast, c. 1636, Oil on canvas, 168 x 209 cm, National Gallery, London

Adriaen Isenbrant - Christ Crowned with Thorns (Ecce Homo), and the Mourning Virgin, ca. 1530–40, Oil on canvas, transferred from wood

Adriaen Isenbrant - Christ Crowned with Thorns (Ecce Homo), and the Mourning Virgin, ca. 1530–40, Oil on canvas, transferred from wood

"Venus and Mars," Palma il Giovane, about 1605 - 1609. Oil on canvas. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California | Palma Il Giovane perpetuated many elements of Tintoretto's style, such as the sexual magnetism that galvanizes this entire canvas.

"Venus and Mars," Palma il Giovane, about 1605 - 1609. Oil on canvas. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California | Palma Il Giovane perpetuated many elements of Tintoretto's style, such as the sexual magnetism that galvanizes this entire canvas.

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