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Old March 18th, 2012, 05:20 PM   #7
Pierre Galafassi
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Originally Posted by Filiberto Boncompagni View Post
Voila' Fig. 15:
By the way, I think the textile in Fig. 63 is obviously of Dalmatian origin...
Filiberto
Hi Filiberto,

Congratulations, for once the origin of a rug will make no doubt anymore, thanks.
However, I am seeing Dalmatian dogs everywhere now. Like in de Paolo’s painting below.
I hope that this condition will not be permanent.

Pierre.


G. di Paolo. 1455. St John the Baptist's head presented to Herod. A. I. Chicago
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