Putti

Putti, naked baby cherubs or cupids, are common in Renaissance art. They can be found throughout Venice, Florence, and Rome. During the Renaissance, putti represented the human spirit and emotion.

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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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Putto at the The Scuola Grande de San Rocco, Venice

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Putti at the Accademia Gallery, Venice

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Putti at the Accademia Gallery, Venice

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Putti and Pope at St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City

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Putto at St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City

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Putti at Vatican Museums, Vatican City

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Putti at the Ufizzi Gallery, Florence

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Putto at the Ufizzi Gallery, Florence

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