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[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

[Composite figures in cubist and surrealistic style composed of materials such as chain links, tubes, sieves and tennis racquets]

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50 plates (t.p., frontis., Medici coat of arms to whom the work is dedicated, and 47 etchings).
Illus. in: only known complete copy of Bizzarie di varie figure of Giovanni Battista Braccelli, publ. in Livorno, 1624.
Reference copy may be in SSF - Composite pictures.
This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.
Caption card tracings: Tennis; Coats of Arms; B.I. Medici family; Art Surrealism; Art Cubism; Publ. index; Composite figures.

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01/01/1624
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