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(from) Arti visive. Poesia visiva / Visual Poetry by Women, an International Exhibition in Venice, Organized by Mirella Bentivoglio, Studio d’Arte Contemporanea, Roma, 1976

(from) Arti visive. Poesia visiva / Visual Poetry by Women, an International Exhibition in Venice, Organized by Mirella Bentivoglio, Studio d’Arte Contemporanea, Roma, 1976

After Marten de Vos.1590 (c.) Allegory of transitoriness. Landscape with two naked youths, one sitting on an urn and blowing a soap bubble, the other lying asleep with his arm on a skull near an hour-glass; after Maarten de Vos Engraving

After Marten de (c.) Allegory of transitoriness. Landscape with two naked youths, one sitting on an urn and blowing a soap bubble, the other lying asleep with his arm on a skull near an hour-glass; after Maarten de Vos Engraving

After Frans van Mieris I  Print made by Jean Georges Wille  The distracted observer; a curly-haired boy making soap bubbles, standing behind a table upon which are an embroidered drapery and some metal vases; in trompe l'oeil stone border; after Frans van Mieris the Elder; finished state, with additional shading on the border; before coat of arms, before letter. 1766 Etching and engraving

After Frans van Mieris I Print made by Jean Georges Wille The distracted observer; a curly-haired boy making soap bubbles, standing behind a table upon which are an embroidered drapery and some metal vases; in trompe l'oeil stone border; after Frans van Mieris the Elder; finished state, with additional shading on the border; before coat of arms, before letter. 1766 Etching and engraving

After Abraham Bloemaert 1611 Allegory on Vanitas. A young woman in rich attire blowing soap bubbles, on a table at right a crown, piles of coins, chains and various richly decorated precious vessels; after Abraham Bloemaert. 1611 Engraving

After Abraham Bloemaert 1611 Allegory on Vanitas. A young woman in rich attire blowing soap bubbles, on a table at right a crown, piles of coins, chains and various richly decorated precious vessels; after Abraham Bloemaert.