Jupiter and Antiope (Watteau)  

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Jupiter and Antiope[1] (Jupiter et Antiope) is a painting by the French painter Antoine Watteau. It is also known by the title Satyr and sleeping nymph (Nymphe et Satyre) and was probably painted between 1714 and 1719. It is in the collection of the Musée du Louvre in Paris.

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