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I just joined, and I must say that I am very impressed with this site. I have a question that I was hoping someone could help me with. I have a picture of a painting, which I am including below. It's very small, I admit, but it's the only copy that I have. I would like to acquire a copy that is larger, but I am unable to locate it because I don't know the name of the painting or its painter. Does anyone know the answer to this? In case you're having trouble seeing it, it is a painting of three women who I believe are Roman. One is reclining on a couch, another is leaning up against it, and a third is sitting forward on the right. Thanks for your help in advance.
Via tineye.com, I found out that it's Phèdre by Alexandre Cabanel. Googling will give you tons of hits.
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Love it! Thanks so much, guys, you've been a great help.