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    Michelangelo, Ideal Head of a Woman (recto), c. 1525-28, (black chalk, 287 x 235 mm.), British Museum, London

    Michelangelo, Ideal Head of a Woman (recto), c. 1525-28, (black chalk, 287 x 235 mm.), British Museum, London

     
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