Måleri. Vertumnus. Guiseppe Archimboldo.

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License of this image: CC-BY-SA
License of original image: Skokloster Castle, Sweden - Public Domain

By: Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1526 or 1527–1593)
Created: c. 1590-1591, Collection: Skokloster Castle, Sweden, Håbo Municipality, Sweden Rights: Public Domain

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