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Allegory of Liberality

Photo credit: University of Reading Art Collection

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Study for a ceiling panel with Alexander the Great and Diogenes. On the verso is the head of a woman wearing a bonnet.

The University of Reading

Reading

Title

Allegory of Liberality

Date

c.1740

Medium

pen & wash on paper

Accession number

UAC/10542

Acquisition method

purchased, 1954

Work type

Drawing & watercolour

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The University of Reading

Whiteknights, Reading, Berkshire RG6 6UR England

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