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Diana and Her Nymphs Hunting

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Department of Prints Mary Hemenway by descent; to her heirs gift; to Fogg Art Museum 1918 Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum Gift of the heirs of Mrs. Mary Hemenway
Title: Diana and Her Nymphs Hunting
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