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Antonio Zucchi pittore italiano Wikidata

Zucchi, Antonio, 1726-1795 RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland German National Library Vatican Library

Antonio Zucchi italienischer Maler ISNI

Zucchi, Antonio (Italian painter and printmaker, 1726-1796) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 95813167 (Personal)


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Anacreon sacrificing to the Three Graces Wikidata
Apollo and Minerva on Mount Parnassus in the company of the Muses Wikidata
The Birth of a Baby Wikidata
Britannia encouraging and rewarding the Arts and Sciences Wikidata
Catullus writing an Epitaph for the Death of his Mistress’s Bird Wikidata
Fabii Devoti Romani Epistola ad reverendissimum patrem d. Felicem Mariam Nerinium SS. Bonifacii et Alexii Hieronymianum abbatem post editionem Romanam iterum cusa Brixiae MDCCLII : Binis adjectis Italicis versionibus metro ligatis. Vatican Library
Festive Scene with Nymphs and Satyrs Wikidata
Four Continents: Europe Wikidata
Metellus and Diodorus (Metellus, a Philosopher and General of the Roman Armies, orders a Marble Crow on the Tomb of his Master, Diodorus, because he taught him to chatter and not to reason) Wikidata
The Muse of Ovid delivering a Feather taken from the Wing of Love Wikidata
Nymphs garlanding Cupid Wikidata
Opere della S. Madre Teresa di Gesù : in tre tomi divise RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland
Pericles and Socrates listening to Aspasia Wikidata
Plato and the Disciples Wikidata
Putto with Personification of Sculpture Wikidata
Pythagoras restoring Birds and Fishes to their Former Freedom Wikidata
A Roman Marriage Wikidata
The Sacrifice of the Ram in Thanksgiving Wikidata
Sappho writing the Odes dictated by Love Wikidata
The Shipwreck of Aristippus (Aristippus and his Companions driven on Shore after being shipwrecked and by some Mathematical Lines on the Sand know that the Land is inhabited) Wikidata
Turkish Figures dancing among Classical Ruins Wikidata
Turkish Figures in a Ruined Roman Bath Wikidata
Venus and Cupid Wikidata
Virgil reading his works to the Emperor Augustus and his Sister Octavia, when he comes to speak of Marcellus, Augustus breaks into tears and Octavia faints Wikidata
A Wedding Feast Wikidata

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