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Allegory of the Four Seasons, Four Anthropomorphic Figures
38 3/5 × 28 7/10 in
98 × 73 cm
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Koetser Gallery
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Attributed to the Rome Master Francesco Zucchi (Florence 1562 – 1622 Rome). It is extremely rare to …

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Attributed to the Rome Master Francesco Zucchi (Florence 1562 – 1622 Rome). It is extremely rare to still find today a complete set, not separated over time.

The present four paintings have to our knowledge never before been published.
In these paintings, reason and fantasy, science and poetry, reality and imaginative …

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Courtesy of Koetser Gallery, Zürich
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About the work
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KG
Koetser Gallery
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Attributed to the Rome Master Francesco Zucchi (Florence 1562 – 1622 Rome). It is extremely rare to …

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Attributed to the Rome Master Francesco Zucchi (Florence 1562 – 1622 Rome). It is extremely rare to still find today a complete set, not separated over time.

The present four paintings have to our knowledge never before been published.
In these paintings, reason and fantasy, science and poetry, reality and imaginative …

Read more
Image rights
Courtesy of Koetser Gallery, Zürich
Allegory of the Four Seasons, Four Anthropomorphic Figures
38 3/5 × 28 7/10 in
98 × 73 cm