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*[[Allegory of Sight and Smell]][http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bruegel_d._%C3%84.,_Jan_-_Allegory_of_Sight_and_Smell_-_1618.jpg]by [[Jan Brueghel the Elder]] (1568–1625) *[[Allegory of Sight and Smell]][http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bruegel_d._%C3%84.,_Jan_-_Allegory_of_Sight_and_Smell_-_1618.jpg]by [[Jan Brueghel the Elder]] (1568–1625)
== See also == == See also ==
-*[[paintings within a painting]]+*[[Imaginary portrait]]
 +*[[Ekphrasis]]
 +*[[Paintings within a painting]]
*[[Le Musée Imaginaire]] is an essay by [[André Malraux]] *[[Le Musée Imaginaire]] is an essay by [[André Malraux]]
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An imaginary gallery is a painting of an art collection. A notable trend in neoclassical painting by Giovanni Paolo Pannini and Johann Zoffany, the trend started a century earlier with the works of the Flemish school.

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