Portrait of Herod  

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Portrait of Herod[1] (in the Cardazzo collection) by Arcimboldo is an en profil portrait of Herod the Great which consists of myriad children's bodies. The children refer to the Massacre of the Innocents.

It is featured in The Tears of Eros.

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