Nature in her genius had imitated art  

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Ovid who, in Book 3 of the Metamorphoses, depicts a scene where "Nature in her genius had imitated art." (He is describing Diana's grotto in the story of Cadmus:"arte laboratum nulla: simulaverat artem / ingenio natura suo.")

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