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The Creation of Man, intended to illustrate Ovid's "Metamorphoses." Depiction of a crowned god and a naked man under a tree. Furthermore, various animals, including a lion, camel, an ox and a deer. Numbered in print: 2. Not signed. Manufactured in 1606. Source: Fine Arts Museum Of San Francisco, 2015; Harvard Art Musueums, 2015.
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