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Bacchus

Caravaggio, 1596
Bacchus, Caravaggio
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Bacchus is a Baroque Oil on Canvas Painting created by Caravaggio in 1596. It lives at the Uffizi Gallery in Italy. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Dionysus, or Bacchus and Greek and Roman Mythology. Download

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