Pluto (Agostino Carracci)  

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Pluto (1592) is one of the ovals painted by Agostino Carracci for the camera del Poggiolo of the Palazzo dei Diamanti at Ferrara, now at the Galleria Estense, Modena.

It is part of a series of mythological paintings by the Carracci.

Thirteen works of the series survive: Venus, Pluto, Galatea, Greek mythological figure, Pan, Apollo, Vulcanus, Minerva, Hercules, Fama, Victoria, Roman emperor. The first five are by the Carracci." --"The Carracci and other in the Camera del Poggiolo at Ferrara", Clare Robertson; 1992




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