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Apollo and Daphne (c.1618–25)

Gian Lorenzo Bernini


243 cm (height)


Collection of the Galleria Borghese, Rome


“Daphne, daughter of Peneus, was Apollo’s first love, which

not blind chance, but Cupid’s savage anger, gave.” 


— The first lines of Daphne and Apollo by Ovid in Metamorphoses, Book I. 452-567



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