The Four Seasons (Joos de Momper)  

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Spring, one of the The Four Seasons (early 17th century) by Joos de Momper
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Spring, one of the The Four Seasons (early 17th century) by Joos de Momper
Summer, one of the The Four Seasons (early 17th century) by Joos de Momper
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Summer, one of the The Four Seasons (early 17th century) by Joos de Momper
Autumn, one of the The Four Seasons (early 17th century) by Joos de Momper
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Autumn, one of the The Four Seasons (early 17th century) by Joos de Momper
Winter, one of the The Four Seasons (early 17th century) by Joos de Momper
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Winter, one of the The Four Seasons (early 17th century) by Joos de Momper

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The Four Seasons are a series of four paintings by Joos de Momper, allegorically depicting spring, summer, autumn and winter in the form of anthropomorphic landscapes. As of 2013, all four of these paintings are in private collections. At least one of them is believed to be in the collection of Robert Lebel.

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