Putti

Putti, naked baby cherubs or cupids, are common in Renaissance art. They can be found throughout Venice, Florence, and Rome.

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Putto at the Doge’s Palace, Venice

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Putti at the Doge’s Palace, Venice

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Putti at the Doge’s Palace, Venice

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Putti at the Doge’s Palace, Venice

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Putto at the Doge’s Palace, Venice

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Putto at the Doge’s Palace, Venice

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Putto at the Doge’s Palace, Venice

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Putti on Ceiling at Doge’s Palace, Venice

 

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