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Teatro delle Nobili et Virtuose Donne..., page 26 (recto)

Teatro delle Nobili et Virtuose Donne..., page 26 (recto)

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Written by Isabella Catanea Parasole, Italian, ca. 1575-ca. 1625, published by Mauritio Bona, Rome. From top to bottom, and left to right:Design composed of 3 horizontal registers that form a corner. Top register is decorated with a pattern of flowers connected together by their overlapping stems. Middle register is decorated with a pattern of circles with 4 diamonds around the outside and quatrefoils formed by vines with leaves. Bottom register is decorated with a single flower that emanates from the corner; this flower is characterized by a heart with arrows shot through it.
Isabella Catanea Parasole (Italian, ca. 1565/70–ca. 1625)
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1616
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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