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Bacchus

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Leonardo Da Vinci: Pupil of Bacchus

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Leonardo Da Vinci: Pupil Of Bacchus!

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Bacchus - Caravaggio | Art Reproduction Oil Painting

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Titian: Painting the myth of Bacchus and Ariadne | National Gallery

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Reverse Cymatic Art - 'Bacchus'

Bacchus, formerly Saint John the Baptist, is a painting in the Musée du Louvre, Paris, France, based on a drawing by the Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci. It is presumed to have been executed by an unknown follower, perhaps in Leonardo's workshop. Sydney J. Freedberg assigns the drawing to Leonardo's second Milan period. Among the Lombard painters who have been suggested as possible authors are Cesare da Sesto, Marco d'Oggiono, Francesco Melzi, and Cesare Bernazzano. The painting shows a male figure with garlanded head and leopard skin, seated in an idyllic landscape. He points with his right hand off to his left, and with his left hand grasps his thyrsus and also points down to earth.
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