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A salesman in Rome with a snake selling amulets as antidotes or prophylactics against snake-bite to a crowd of people.. Pen drawing by B. Pinelli, 1821.
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A salesman in Rome with a snake selling amulets as antidotes or prophylactics against snake-bite to a crowd of people.. Pen drawing by B. Pinelli, 1821., result 1 of 1

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Title
A salesman in Rome with a snake selling amulets as antidotes or prophylactics against snake-bite to a crowd of people.. Pen drawing by B. Pinelli, 1821.
Work Type
Pen works. Ink drawings.
Material
pen and ink with brown wash ;
Measurements
image 24.5 x 38.9 cm
Description
1 drawing :
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Source
Image and original data from Wellcome Collection
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V0016225.jpg
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