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^[[Mostra nazionale dell' antiquariato Milano Dec. 1960]] 

[[preprinted]] TAV. CLXXXV [[/preprinted]]

[[image - black & white photograph of bronze statue of a female nude, her left foot raised and resting on a small plinth]]

^[[Jean Bologne, detto il Giambologna (Douai-]]
[[preprinted]]uai, 1524 - Firenze, 1608): Venere dopo il bagno. Bronzo; diam. base cm. 8; altez. ^[[cm. 33. Appoggia su una base di marmo, il]] cui diametro misura cm. 10 (Collez. Sen. Cav. del lavoro Mario Crespi, Milano). [[/preprinted]]

Transcription Notes:
vhbyrne: annotations below the image clearly provide the text missing having been cut off. Lines have been drawn linking the insertion text to the gap. mandc: Douai was artist's birthplace. "Notto" probably for "Known as." Venere al bagno [After the Bath], Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Firenze; http://catalogo.fondazionezeri.unibo.it/scheda.v2.jsp?locale=it&decorator=layout_resp&apply=true&tipo_scheda=OA&id=85662&titolo=de+Boulogne+Jean+%28Giambologna%2F+Giovanni+Bologna%2F+Gian+Bologna%29%2C+Venere+al+bagno

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