Three dancing nymphs and a reclining cupid in a landscape

Attributed to Antonio Zucchi Italian

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Originally set in the center of the drawing room ceiling of No. 4 Adelphi Terrace, London, the house of the architects Robert and James Adam, and surrounded by fourteen other painted medallions. The artist Antonio Zucchi was made an Associate Member of the Royal Academy in 1770 and was Robert Adam's principal decorative painter.

Three dancing nymphs and a reclining cupid in a landscape, Attributed to Antonio Zucchi (Italian, Venice 1726–1796 Rome), Oil on paper, attached to a plaster ceiling roundel, British

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