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    Perseus Rescuing Andromedac.1593–94
Cavaliere D’Arpino (Giuseppe Cesari)  Italian, 1568–1640
St. Louis Art Museum

    Perseus Rescuing Andromeda
    c.1593–94

    Cavaliere D’Arpino (Giuseppe Cesari)  
    Italian, 1568–1640

    St. Louis Art Museum

     
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      The beast looks more terrified that Andromeda is naked. Andromeda just has a “IDGAF” expression.
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