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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]

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Cephalus and Procris, whom he has inadvertently mortally wounded, with Cupid Weeping Wikidata
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Diogenes casting away his Wooden Bowl as a Superfluity, on seeing a Youth drinking from his Hand Wikidata
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Opere della S. Madre Teresa di Gesù : in tre tomi divise RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland
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Summer: Ceres with Two Putti Wikidata
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An Unknown Classical Subject: a Fight Wikidata
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A Wedding Feast Wikidata
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