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Flora, Titian
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79 cmFlora scale comparison63 cm
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Flora is an Italian Renaissance Oil on Canvas Painting created by Titian in 1515. It lives at the Uffizi Gallery in Italy. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Portraits and Women. Download

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We don’t know who Flora was — but the Venetian painter Titian painted her at least five times. Here, she carries flowers in her hand, and takes her name from the Greek goddess of Spring. She was painted first as Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love, then painted with a mirror, representing vanity, and finally as the betrayer Salome, carrying the head of John the Baptist.

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Flora, Titian

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