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David Tremlett - Ceiling 100
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Antonio Corradini - Two Looking through
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Anne Poirier; Patrick Poirier - Cried eye
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Augustus Pugin - Chairs
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Giocondo Albertolli - Girandoles
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Eugenio Ferretti - Imago
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Viviano Codazzi; Domenico Gargiulo - Fight through gladiators
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Tom Phillips - Berlin Wall with German Grass and Skies II
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Frans Floris; William Key - Selfportrait
David Tremlett - Ceiling 100
Antonio Corradini - Two Looking through
Anne Poirier; Patrick Poirier - Cried eye
Augustus Pugin - Chairs
Giocondo Albertolli - Girandoles
Eugenio Ferretti - Imago
Viviano Codazzi; Domenico Gargiulo - Fight through gladiators
Tom Phillips - Berlin Wall with German Grass and Skies II
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Frans Floris; William Key - Selfportrait

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Antonio Corradini (1668-1752) is famous above all for his veiled sculptures, such as the dead Christ in the Chapel of San Severo in Naples, created by Giuseppe Sammartino on a sketch by Corradini. The Venetian sculptor has a full-fledged European career: his works are scattered between Corfu, Lisbon and Vienna. The mirrors of the Valsecchi Collection have been exhibited at the Fitzwilliam Museum from 2016 to 2018 and are now exhibited on the first floor of Palazzo Butera.

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