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The picture of the shepherd boy Ganymede, abducted and taken to Olympus by the father of the gods (in the guise of an eagle), was intended for the same setting as the painting of the nymph Io. Correggio makes skilful use of the narrow format, employing both movement and foreshortening with
Vienna, Austria, Italy, Style: Italian Mannerist, School: Mannerist, Movement: Mannerism, oil paintings --
Style: Italian Mannerist; School: Mannerist; Movement: Mannerism; oil paintings --
Vienna, Austria; Italy
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Unknown, "Abduction of Ganymede (detail)" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 2080.